Chateau De Fere
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... belt way) in lunch hour traffic and caught the autoroute for Reims.
Less than 2 hours later we pulled into Sillery, parked, walked up to the boat and went - uh oh!! Also Mon Dieu! and *****! One half of the roof was missing.
There had been a very big wind storm across England and the Channel and northern Europe on the 30th and 31st. One of its casualties was half of our roof. We eventually figured out that the bolts may not have been ...
... mom grabbed our tray, ceramic coffee cup and all, and tossed it into the trash that I realized we were feeling the effects of our 'tastings'. Time to get to the train station and back to Paris! We stopped at Auberge Pyrénées Cévennes on our way home for a nice, conservative portion of cassoulet - as seen in the photo! Delicious, but enough to feed a family of 12! Our total for today was 6 miles! That's 57 miles since last ...
... the wines (of course). At the end of the meal, we both order the chocolate cake (which is the same as the lava cake we make at home) and then they gave everyone an espresso to finish off the meal. I’ve never drank a coffee. In fact, I can’t stand the smell of coffee, to the point that when I walk into a coffee shop I have to hold my breath. I did, however, take on the view, “When in Rome or is it Reims???” I drank the coffee which I would describe as ...
... crowd to watch the show. When the show is over we have someone take our group picture. We apparently dawdled too long, because round two is about to start. We head back to the restaurant for a fresh glass of champagne to enjoy the show. However, this time REb makes it outside, but Heather and Grace are stopped by management. Apparently, you are not allowed to take glass on the patio. So we share REb's glass - and will go back to ...
... a glass each of champagne which Anoop enjoyed – 6 total for the day!
We then headed off to the Basilique St. Rémi, one of the UNESCO sights in Reims. There was a wedding in progress so we didn’t snoop around the centre too much, but enjoyed the walk around the edges. There was a really neat chandelier in the middle which held 96 candles for how long St. Rémi lived. We then headed off towards the centre of town to see the ...