Campanile Reims Murigny
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... 20 minutes) rest, we got back in the car and drove to the center of Reims, where we found parking in a garage near the Cathedral. The walking street was crowded with shoppers. We tour the cathedral, which was very impressive. The proportions are amazing, and the arches soar above the narrow nave. The cathedral was heavily damaged in World War I, and so much of what we saw was reconstruction. The windows in the apse are modern – including works by Chagall. Stunning!
... 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 ...
... br> On our previous trips we spent some time in Normandy and were blown away by the historical intensity of the area. The juxtaposition of the casualties combined with the hopeful beginning of the end of the war stirred up a strong, emotional mix of feelings. Though it is much more
distant from our memories, the remnants of the trench warfare of WWI elicits possibly an even more heart-wrenching set of emotions. After nearly a 100 years, ...
... br> and compared it to the pale red color of Champagne and the "instability"
of the wine to travel long distances and the flaws of the bubbles from
when secondary fermentation would take place. The text of his speech ...