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... Roman times they have the perfect facility for storing and aging champagne. There are 300km of tunnels under the city of Reims in total, Pommery has 18km, all at a cool 10deg for their 20,000,000 bottles of the bubbly stuff. Photography was difficult due to the low light and the ban on using a flash. No winery tour would be complete without a tasting. It was a very nice drop, but at A$14.50 per small glass it ...
... to still be considered a full time student. I also emailed Dr. Klein asking about if I have to take a certain class when I get back which has turned into an adorable little conversation. I miss her so much. She is seriously the cutest professor ever. She is wonderful.
I put my hair up now, which means no more funny business, I am going to get to work and go to bed early because I have class at 9am tomorrow. That seems so early.
... starting acting up again.
The pipes were cemented over on Friday, but still leaking somehow. The guy from the desk downstairs tried to help. He shut the water off in her room, but it didn't really stop leaking. It was midnight and still leaking, it had started at 6. Someone else was going to come and see if they could get the water to stop leaking everywhere. I was so tired I had to go to bed. I hope they got it figured out.
... considered the Swiss Riviera. It is home to the famous jazz festival, and once to some guy called Freddie ... Freddie Mercury that is. There is a statue of the great man on the water front. As with most Swiss towns, its nice and clean, but its views win out each time, and with the beautiful shoreline path this place was worth the short visit. Next on our travels, was cheese and chocolate, so in preparation we headed to a campsite at Enney, which is near Gruyere. 14th ...
... Tellskapelle). A nice walk, and a decent chapel. Across the lake in the distance, you could just make out an obelisk of sorts, with gold lettering. What it said ... who knows. Who it was for ... who knows. Actually, we think it for Wil Tell ... a Swiss hero, who stood up for Freedom. Apparently a myth, but don't tell (ha, ha) the Swiss that! While walking, we followed a track through a stunning, dense alpine forest, down towards the lake, so we could have our packed lunch. What ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking