Campanile Chateau Thierry
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... Ville which had beautiful gardens. Then it started raining and there was lots of thunder - we had to put our raincoats on. Next we visited Mercier winery and did a tour in mini train through caves underground. There were lots of caves and many bottles of champagne. We also saw a huge barrel which could hold 200,000 bottles of champagne. It was taken to the World Exposition in Paris in 1900 and it took 24 ...
... called Pierrefonds, at the far side of the Foret de Compiegne, about a half hour drive from here. We wanted to go see it, so we stopped in at the Tourist Office to see if there was a bus. Nope, no bus. But one of the people called a friend who does some private driving for occasions (like weddings, I suspect - he drives a nice Mercedes). The negotiating was being conducted in French and through the 3rd party at the Tourist Office. ...
... pub beside the open fire before strolling back in the twilight.
To L'Orangerie for dinner. All very formal with personal attention. The 5 course menu was described as "gastronomique", and certainly lived up to its name. I steppped right out of my comfort zone and elected to try (somewhat apprehensively) the "roasted breasts of pigeon". To my great relief, ...
... lady for not thinking of the store earlier - when it might have stll been open, but oh, well, at least we know now. And she let us keep the catalog. Stan has been pouring over it like you (well, you of a certain age) poured over the Sears Roebuck catalog as a kid.
I think we should just order the paint - Stan wants to hold out for a trip in person.
So while all this has been going on and not going on - we have ...
Grey overcast skies, with rain. P & O Ferry from Dover at 8.25 (Pride of Canterbury) - very few travellers en route to Calais, so plenty of choice of seating areas and in the 'Brasserie', where we had a large continental breakfast (too much food already! Feeling queasy from this rather than the boat....) Easy drive down to Reims in the rain, where we arrived earlier than planned. Was ...