Hotel Castel Jeanson
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... 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 ...
... village which boasted several shops and a pub. The main road was a busy thoroughfare for the multitude of tractor trailers and farm machinery heading home after a day in the fields. The mud coming off the wheels and falling leaves ensured the street cleaner was fully occupied. Fortunately an industrious and conscientious fellow, as the streets were potentially a quagmire. Drinks ...
... our back pack. We spent the evening wandering the city, a stop at the tourism office enlightened me the Möet and C****** was closed for reservations so I wouldn't be able to do there tour. My heart sank I came all this way especially to see their champagne. We had dinner at this French place that had like pub food it was quite nice the poor waitress didn't speak much English and hardly understood ...
... of wines with my lovely dinner! Taxi & restaurant booked, we organised a bottle of the champagne from Le Clos de d'hor, our place, and sat to drink it in the garden with the pretty pink Rose biscuits especially made for Champagne dipping here in Reims!
Our taxi driver arrived promptly and took us in to Reims to the restaurant 'Le Jardin'. It was about a 20 - 25min trips & as we travelled along we both looked shocked ...
Our first group hotel departure occurred early this morning as we headed out of Paris and into the countryside. Paris seems to just stop, and houses replaced with barley fields and poppies along the side of the road - a lovely sight. As we drove further, the green fields were replaced by yellowing wheat, and then (my personal favourite), vines!
As we passed through villages, from the vantage point in the bus we could see ...