Centre International de Sejour
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... send to her Czech boyfriend. I guess he’s trying to learn French too and the phonetic pronunciations in the book are really wrong to her. I explained that the same letters can have a different sound in English. I also explained that that is also why I have problems trying to look up anything that people say to me because what I hear is not how things are spelled.
I admit, it’s nice to have roommates again. As long as I get the bottom bunk ...
... it all tastes so amazing over here. Once again, not disappointed!! It’s fantastic!
I know some of you have had a very important question burning in your mind ever since I first arrived. You’ve been so very patient so now I will finally answer: There are no mimes in France. I know this is difficult for all of you to take but it’s true. It may have been a French thing at one point but no more.
Okay, so on to the museums of the day. The first place I ...
... or else you might shock its system and ruin the flavor. The tasting part of the tour came last, and it was good, not great...I often can't tell the difference between good and bad champagne...I figure it's an acquired taste and I simply haven't drank enough of it yet in my life. I ended up taking a great picture with a super-large bottle of champagne that was very Facebook-worthy.
Before heading to the next town, we walked around Reims, through the Mars Gate, and ended ...
... went to lunch and Sasha and Ben treated me to a fabulous lunch at Le Grand Cerf which is a famous restaurant at Montchenot just outside of Reims. Each course was beautifully served and presented as you would expect from a Michelin star establishment and most of all absolutely delicious.We spent another day driving around looking at the vines and visiting more obscure family owned champagne houses. Barbara and Leigh ...
... also put the villages and vineyards in the path of
marching armies on their way to the French capital. Despite the
frequency of these military conflicts, the region developed a reputation
for quality wine production ...