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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... send to her Czech boyfriend. I guess he’s trying to learn French too and the phonetic pronunciations in the book are really wrong to her. I explained that the same letters can have a different sound in English. I also explained that that is also why I have problems trying to look up anything that people say to me because what I hear is not how things are spelled.
I admit, it’s nice to have roommates again. As long as I get the bottom bunk ...
... French and German shelling. The French troops would come through the town on their way up to the “montagne de Reims” about 10 km or so from the village, where they could hide behind the ridge and get some rest.
He also offered to take us up in his car to look at his vines, but it was pelting down rain and really cold and we passed. The champagne is lovely and we got a bit carried away and bought a case and a little bit. He was ...
... of Argonne. In response, Dumouriez halted his advance to the Netherlands and reversed course, approaching the enemy army from its rear.
... has to be divided equally. You can imagine then that some of the plots are quite small. The big champagne houses like Moët Chandon and Bollinger have large tracts of land. We visited the burial place of Dom Perignon, said to be the creator of Champagne. If you ask a Frenchman this they will nod their heads but there is some conjecture as to who really invented it. Anyway Dom Peignon was a monk at the Hautvillers (pronounced Orviyay) Abbey. Instead of fermenting the wine in a ...
... discovered how to make French pop and started an industry. We had lunch here at a local café......mediocre food sadly.
We did another tasting at Caveau G.Tribaut. 4 Champagnes tasted here, pretty good.
Magnificent hillside vineyards surround Epernay and Hautvillers. Like a patchwork quilt, no order at all in their size or direction.
Next stop was Dizy and the Caveau de Guy Brunot for another ...