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... back through the town to our car.
From Provins, we had an easy drive to Reims. The sun can out during our drive – hurray! On the way, we drove through the town of Epernay, which has some of the most expensive real estate in the world, along the Avenue de Champagne. Of course, we drove along the avenue, admiring the chateau of all the famous champagne makers.
We found our hotel (a 19th century champagne chateau) and checked in around 2pm. After ...
... thankfully, they give us little space heaters for our rooms. The "kitchen" consists of a microwave and a refrigerator and we share the room with random adults who also rent rooms here (it makes no sense at all to me). But it is really cheap and there are three other assistants living here. The rooms are set up with two bedrooms, two closets off the main "hall," and a bathroom, which consists of ...
... 3 different varieties. We bought the “refreshing” one and the traditional one. Of course I liked the traditional one more, whereas Geoff liked the refreshing one. We purchased 3 bottles (We couldn’t take much more because we were travelling). It cost us 50 Euros for the 3 bottles. The Champagne she sold us was cheaper (even in Australian dollars) than wine we buy at any vineyard in Australia and the quality was far superior.
Afterwards, Truong took us ...
... head to dinner at a seafood restaurant near Heather's apt. We've passed this place several times and we're always so impressed by the man shucking oysters with his bare hands on the corner. We sit outside and they hand us our menus - on an iPad? Grace says she's seen this before, but Heather and I are impressed. We have a great meal - after Heather sends our spinach back for being gritty (thanks Heather!) - and another bottle of white wine. ...
... are aged, they would put them in these special racks which start off almost horizontal. They would turn them a ¼ turn every so often until they were almost vertical which usually took about 2 months. Then, they would take the stopper out to release the sediment that had built up and then cover it up as quickly as possible. They would then top up the bottle with extra liquid, then cork it and put the metal twist cap on. As you can imagine, this ...