Chateau De Courcelles
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... 20 minutes) rest, we got back in the car and drove to the center of Reims, where we found parking in a garage near the Cathedral. The walking street was crowded with shoppers. We tour the cathedral, which was very impressive. The proportions are amazing, and the arches soar above the narrow nave. The cathedral was heavily damaged in World War I, and so much of what we saw was reconstruction. The windows in the apse are modern – including works by Chagall. Stunning!
... to start the day. The rest of the time we spent wandering around Epernay, popping into Champagne bars, eating nice food, looking at the buildings etc. We didn't even get to Reims as we loved this place so much. Oh well, I guess we'll have to come back again - perhaps in summer next time. This stop was a very unexpected highlight and has certainly cemented France as our favourite country. Next stop Bruges - its in Belgium (from the movie In Bruges).
... 16] Over the next two days, flush with the news from Valmy, the new Convention deputies abolished the monarchy and proclaimed the French Republic.
The Prussians themselves recognized the importance of the battle, ...
... emphasis on English and it is by application only. So people didn't just stumble into this curriculum. That's why Gage was bullet point#1 because she thinks that this particular class has an added benefit of a true native speaker who happens to be good at French too and outgoing. She prevailed upon the parents to have their kids reach out to him in the morning, at lunch, or after school to practice their English. Believe me, Gage will be all ...
... the rain well set in, that plan went out the window. Next day, no rain but very grey and cold, about 9degrees. We had to find another hotel as the Ibis was full so found one on the outskirts of town that was in two (of a group of three) of massive buildings that apparently used to be military buildings. It was great.
We still hadn't seen the rural countryside so booked on a small tour led by Nathalie, a French winemaker, who took us to her vines and ...