Campanile Reims Tinqueux
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We started our day at Chessy. Before leaving for Epernay, we went to the Patisserie and we bought 2 eclairs: 1 chocolate and 1 lemon. They were yummy - tres Bon! On the way to Epernay, we saw lots of woods and farms and Jon saw a wind farm. When we got to Epernay, we walked up to the Avenue de Champagne. We saw lots of famous champagne houses including Moët, Perrier Jouet and Pol Roger. We then visited the ...
... of champagne in the cellars overall.
115 stairs back up and we had some
tasting. Rami said it was good but luckly I managed to get him out
before he bought a case to send home.
We then drove along the Route les
champagne to Epernay- a lovely drive through vineyards and cute
little villages. We followed the Lonely Planet recommendation for
dinner at a Thai/French fusion restaurant. It was essentially Thai
with bread rolls but ...
... We also managed to track the flight, we think, by a few scrapes in the paint on the upper deck (the one we so laboriously painted last fall!), and deep scrapes down to the metal on two places on the black hand rail on that deck, and two places on the front most, right most bollards (which I laboriously painted last fall!). And one cracked mushroom shaped pot that sits over top of the shower vent.
We were, in retrospect, awfully lucky that it ...
... merely as a setback to one of the most effective armies in Europe but
as a crucial buttress to the revolutionary French state. The famous German writer and poet Johann ...
... there. By themselves. Or with their spouses.
I have also found (and my banker Arnaud confirmed) that the amount of French people with a working knowledge of English has plummeted since its heyday in the 80s and 90s. More data were procured when Gage's teacher, Madame Binet, implored upon the parents to force their kids to speak English whenever possible. This would not be that strange if the school were not an international school with ...