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... Ville which had beautiful gardens. Then it started raining and there was lots of thunder - we had to put our raincoats on. Next we visited Mercier winery and did a tour in mini train through caves underground. There were lots of caves and many bottles of champagne. We also saw a huge barrel which could hold 200,000 bottles of champagne. It was taken to the World Exposition in Paris in 1900 and it took 24 ...
... always seem so much more interesting than your own. Our first stop was the town of Fontainebeau where we stayed overnight in a campsite before heading into the township the next day to see the very impressive Chateau Fontainebleau. And it didn't disappoint. A thoroughly fascinating look at French royalty. Their decorating styles were so completely over the top! Next stop was the Champagne district town of Troyes where we stayed overnight in another campsite. The next day we ...
... was still flying.
We were treated to a tasting of the 2004 grand curvee. Not only that, but the correct way to uncork and then pour champagne. Love it! Our tour guide had to "taste" the champagne, just in case it had corked. Highly unusual with champagne, but as it had been known to happen.... Needless to say, there was a chorus of voices offerring to assist him in this ...
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... J.O.'s resting place so it meant a great deal to him.
This was our last WWI site for this trip and I have to say although I do not have a particular interest in military matters, it would be impossible as a Canadian mother to not feel pain at the staggering loss of life. While we have been here there have been some really terrible events in the Middle East and Ukraine which make me wonder how humans survive at all.