Balladins Reims Express
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Balladins Reims Express
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Balladins Reims Express
Travel Blogs from Reims
We started the day (after a quick breakfast in our room) by walking around the Medieval town of Provins. Being as UNESCO Heritage site, most of the old town was much more 14th Century, instead of the most common 18th and mid-19th Centuries. The town had been host to one of the largest seasonal markets (fairs) in northern France until the mid-14th century, when the fair was overtaken by those of Paris and Lyon. The final blows to the economy ...
... had ever seen snow. 5 minutes later driving up the hill, down comes the snow and within a few more minutes we were inundated with the stuff. We stopped for our first snow fight and the Satnav also gave us an impromptu tour of a ski village at the top if the mountain. 30 minutes later down the other side of the mountain and we're on the flat stuff, safely on the motorway with Cedrick effortlessly pumping out 140kph to make up time for ...
... rooms: toilet, shower, and sinks are all in different rooms. I share my room with the Italian assistant, Sara. Down the hall, in the same set up, is Julia, the German assistant, and Beth, another English assistant from Liverpool. They are all amazing and I am so grateful to have met them here.
Fortunately, my homesickness has been very limited this time around. Thank goodness. My first ...
... overgrown with trees and brush. Every so often there were bunkers built into hills. Scenic and quiet now in the middle of a silent forest, but odd to think about what it would have been like a hundred years ago.
After visiting a few memorials, we headed to the Village Detruit de Fleury. It was one of around
a dozen cities that were completely destroyed in the combat. They had signs near craters listing the buildings that were there ...
... only Burgundy wine must be served at the royal table.
This development had a ripple effect throughout both regions and in
the Paris markets. ...