Campanile Reims Tinqueux
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We started the day (after a quick breakfast in our room) by walking around the Medieval town of Provins. Being as UNESCO Heritage site, most of the old town was much more 14th Century, instead of the most common 18th and mid-19th Centuries. The town had been host to one of the largest seasonal markets (fairs) in northern France until the mid-14th century, when the fair was overtaken by those of Paris and Lyon. The final blows to the economy ...
... but there is also lots of stunning produce and the food culture is very big. Our house is a beautiful 2brm apartment above a shop with a cute rooftop terrace (although with the temp ranging from about 3 - 11 degrees we haven't spent much time out there.
We walked the very impressive cobblestones of the Avenue du Champagne several times and also did a tour of the largest producer Mercier which included a train ride through ...
... Tarte Flambee - paper thin crust pizza with different choices of toppings. Once checked in to our hotel, we walked to the Mumm Cellars and toured. Fascinating process. The grapes (C******nay, Pinot noir, and Pinot Meunier ) are harvested and immediately pressed from different vineyards in different villages in this particular region and the grape juices are stored in vats at Mumm's separately ...
... 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 ...
... emphasis on English and it is by application only. So people didn't just stumble into this curriculum. That's why Gage was bullet point#1 because she thinks that this particular class has an added benefit of a true native speaker who happens to be good at French too and outgoing. She prevailed upon the parents to have their kids reach out to him in the morning, at lunch, or after school to practice their English. Believe me, Gage will be all ...