Chateau De Fere

Address: Route de Fismes, Fere-en-Tardenois, Champagne-Ardenne, 02130, France | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located in the Jamaica Plain area of Fere-en-Tardenois.
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        Travel Blogs from Fere-en-Tardenois

        Day Twenty Six - I've run out of witty titles

        A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Nov 03, 2015

        3 photos

        ... the window at a beautiful city skyline. The place I’m staying used to be a giant hotel that was converted into a hostel. It’s far enough out of the way of anything and everything that it’s kind of annoying. I was forced to eat in their cafeteria tonight which was pretty boring food (something I never thought I’d have in France). Tomorrow I’m going to have to take a bus. Blech!!

        I did have a chance, though, to talk to one of ...

        Epernay

        A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 19, 2014

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... the foyer they had the huge barrel that Mercier had made for the Paris World Fair in 1889. It apparently took 20 years to build, weighed 21 tons dry, and can contain 213,000 bottles! They had to demolish part of the building where it was housed to extract it and then dragged to Paris by 24 oxen, with the support of another back-up team of 20 horses for the hard parts, and after the wooden wheels collapsed after 20km they co-opted the local railway company to produce ...

        Champagne

        A travel blog entry by tmckay54 on Apr 11, 2014

        2 photos

        ... of treeless cropland. The Champagne region is unique in my experience. It rides on chalk bedrock, resulting in high pH, very light colored soils. Where there are hills, the slopes are covered with the vineyards that feed the region's namesake industry. In between are the biggest unbroken fields I have ever seen, growing rape, grain (probably wheat), and other crops. The rape is flowering, highlighting a pallette of brilliant ...

        A tale of two schools-Susan

        A travel blog entry by susan.dobscha on Sep 02, 2013

        2 comments, 1 photo

        ... end and a pencil on the other and it makes perfect circles? We couldn't think of it because I haven't used one in 30 years! Anyway, gage starts tomorrow with a full day and haven doesn't have her first full day until Thursday. Gage said he had "first day jitters" tonight before he went to bed but then fell right asleep. Unlike me who obviously hasn't adjusted my sleep ...

        Chablis

        A travel blog entry by melchitham on Sep 12, 2012

        ... co-operative to try their wines. Must say they are all much sharper and drier than ours even tho they C******nay grapes. Then we went along the road to several other wineries and tried theirs , some were better than others interestingly. Great fun tasting tho. Later had dinner at local restaurant, ok food nothing special tho. Tomorrow we off for two nights at Chalon sur Saone in Burgundy and more wine tasting / buying. Weather has been overcast and some ...