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... stained glass windows he did for the Art Institute of Chicago and many other works. I recognized the windows immediately - they are his style.
After a delicious dinner, I walked back to the cathedral with some of the other tour participants. The cathedral puts own a light show at 11:00 - once it gets dark. The 25 minute show was nothing short of amazing!
It is a late night, but it was worth it. ...
... are not complaining though, so don't get me wrong. It just means that for me I wear a jacket most days. Mareuil-sur-Aÿ is a village of around 1200 people just seven kilometres from Epernay. The name means Mareuil south of Aÿ. We are moored on the La Marne Canal where as I have said earlier there are facilities for both boats and motorhomes. There is a small casino, no not for gambling, but a shop for buying food stocks and alcohol. There is also a ...
... guide promptly fell asleep and left us to enjoy the trip!
Despite the lack of information the views along the A4 freeway were superb! Rolling hills and beautiful farming land, as well as large forested areas! Some of the nicest looking countryside I have ever seen!
On arriving in Reims, a city of over 200,000 people, we went straight to the G H Mumm cellars for a tour. Luckily we had our own English speaking guide who was very ...
... It is located in the centre of Reims in what was once an old monastery. Beneath it are kilometres of caves which were carved out of the chalk by the romans who used the chalk stone for building. Later the monks used it to store their wines and now Taittinger. These chalk caves keep the wine at the constant low temperature that is required to produce the champagne.The fascinating tour ended with a glass of champagne. ...
... for the area to start planting vines and continuing with the coronation of his son Louis the Pious at Reims. The tradition of crowning kings at Reims contributed to the reputation of the wines that came from this area.