Chateau De Fere
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We started our day at Chessy. Before leaving for Epernay, we went to the Patisserie and we bought 2 eclairs: 1 chocolate and 1 lemon. They were yummy - tres Bon! On the way to Epernay, we saw lots of woods and farms and Jon saw a wind farm. When we got to Epernay, we walked up to the Avenue de Champagne. We saw lots of famous champagne houses including Moët, Perrier Jouet and Pol Roger. We then visited the ...
... town, but up hill! I don't do up hill very well, but I got most of the way up the big one and then had to walk a bit. We rode into Trelou Sur Marne, which is where we thought the champagne house was. Nope. Looked at map, talked to someone in the bakery. Googled web site, checked Google maps. Seems we had missed the turn to Chassins, where it really was. So back up the hill we came down after the hills we went up. This time I remembered I had some more ...
We had an incredibly busy week. The kids are in school in full force now. They have made friends and are starting to learn the language, even though they don't think they are.
Haven is the "go to" person on American facts. This is not good. She told them this week that Texas is the biggest state and that we achieved our independence in 1739. Um, don't we live in the place where ...
We arrived into Epernay for a three day visit with no bookings. We found it incredible, but sooo French, that the Tourist Information office didn't have one publication in English. We found ourselves a hotel within walking distance for the night just as the skies opened up and it hailed. When we got to the hotel, a little wet, we were greeted by a French version of Basil Faulty. The hotel looked cute from the outside and was clean but was very dark and ...
... reason, they are also now using a round of cork for the part that touches the champagne and compressed bits of cork on top of that. It was all very interesting and we feel much better informed about the champagne making process! Afterwards, there was a tasting which included 3 types of champagne. We thought it would maybe be 3 small glasses, but no, in true French style, we had 3 entire flutes of each. I had a sip of each as I was driving, ...