Chateau De Fere
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We pull in ahead of schedule to Champagne Billecart-Salmon in Mareuil-Sur-Ay and meet our very charming host. There are only 2 other people on our tour who happen to come from Perth, what a small world. We had a 1.5hr tour of the vineyards, right through the production process, walked through the cellars, got to see the beautiful house and gardens where the 6th and 7th generations of Billecart family live, and then finally a ...
Out through the vinyards for our morning walk this morning. A circular route through the hamlet of Peas, even smaller than Broyes.
As we'd had terrible internet access whilst in the Somme, spent a few hours trying to update the blog.
We had an early train to get to Reims, it was a pretty standard travel day. Got to the train station in Paris only to discover out next train left from a different station so we had to catch the metro. Metros and backpacks are always fun at least this one was so packed. We go into Reims about four our air BnB host kindly picked us up from the train station, it was good as I did not fancy the 30 min ...
We went to visit both kids' schools today. I think these visits lessened Gage's anxiety and heightened Haven's. For those of you following along, that makes them dead even in the anxiety department. Haven's list of school supplies is dizzyingly complicated even if it weren't in French. And soooo precise. And what is the word in English for that instrument that has a point ...
... world's largest champagne producers and a prominent champagne house. The company holds a Royal Warrant to supply champagne to Elizabeth II. Moët et Chandon was established in 1743 by Claude Moët, and today owns more than 1,000 hectares (2,500 acres) of vineyards, and annually produces approximately 26,000,000 bottles of champagne. Moët began business in 1750 with Madame de Pompadour, who supplied the Royal Court at Compiègne with Moët's champagne. Also in 1750, Moët ...