Chateau De Fere
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... from first graderish to high school ish) on field trips while we were there. It must be a popular spot for field trips.
We had lunch in the town square, walked about the town a bit, took a short walk into the forest itself - it’s a beautiful forest - and then got picked up and driven back home. Between the car, the entrance fees, and the book Stan ended up having to have, it was a bit pricey but it was well worth it. ...
... end of WWII.
We got to our hotel around 6 pm. Steve and I had just enough time to walk to the Reims Cathedral before dinner. The very old cathedral (about 400 AD) was remodeled and repaired several times over the years. There was substantial damage during WWI. In 1971, a series of stained glass windows was added to the front of the sanctuary. They were created by Marc Chagall, also known ...
... held in a lovely Art Deco building. Next stop was a relaxing lunch and our first glass of champagne (has to be done in the Champagne region). Mum's plate of charcuterie was perfect and very generous for €10! The small Musee de la Reddition was really interesting and celebrates the signing of the peace treaty to end WWII when Nazi Germany formally surrendered on 7 May 1945. The original war maps are pinned up on the walls and there were plenty of models ...
... touché!" and base is called "l'arbre" (tree). he said in English class today, he had to wear headphones and point to pictures matching what the british woman was saying. He said the words were, "hotel", "restaurant," and "burger bar", all said with a heavy accent. It was funny to hear him imitate it.
both have declared the food awesome! gage said he's waited on like in a restaurant and the food is all homemade. ...
... in 1802, met Napoleon in 1804. Within the new guest houses at Moët's headquarters on 20 rue de Champagne, Napoleon and his entourage were lavishly dined and wined. Historian of champagne Patrick Forbes wrote: "everybody who was anybody in Europe was passing through the Champagne district en route from Paris to the Congress of Vienna and they all wanted to visit the celebrated champagne maker." His 10 years in the Napoleonic limelight had made him the most famous ...