Aux Sacres Reims Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We had breakfast and packed our bags to leave LeHavre this morning. We didn't have to board the bus until 9 am, but we had a lot of driving to do today.
For our first stop, we visited a small museum built around the train car where the armistice for WWI was signed. In 1940, Hitler used the same train car to accept France's surrender. The car which was actually general Foch's office, was ...
... a glass. Peter and I decided a visit to the statue of Mary was perfect in the afternoon. This statue is on a hill behind Mareuil-sur-Aÿ and is completely surrounded by vines and in fact we had to drive up the narrow paths through the vines to the top. The other choice was to climb the steep stairs and that wasn't for me. The statue was erected in 1946 in appreciation for the safety of the village people following World War II. A visit to the next village called ...
... that a €15.40 2-course 'menu' would have small portions! I waded my way through a massive tureen of French onion soup and hundreds (literally!) of moules et frites; D enjoyed petite scallops in garlic butter and a flank steak with peppercorn sauce, followed by a tartin pomme (apple pie with sour cream, delicious!)
Douglas managed the ...
... century saw an explosive growth in Champagne
production going from a regional production of 300,000 bottles a year in
1800 to 20 million bottles in 1850.
... and traveling back to Paris where he now lives. He allowed us to take a picture of his cat as I know no one would have believed a cat would travel so peacefully. I love meeting interesting people when we travel! It was a wonderful day, and we learned so many new things. We have a greater appreciation for a really good bottle of champagne, and an increased sense of awe for the magnificent cathedrals the French have built over centuries.