Cottage Hotel Reims
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... of cellars right under their facility in town. In the reception there they have the largest wine barrel in the world which was built over 7 years in the 1880's and they pulled it by ox and horse into Paris for the world expo in 1889. It holds 200,000 bottles of wine.
We found an awesome food store, with my highlight being the most impressive looking snails I have seen, so Oli and I had snails for breakfast 2 days in a row. What a ...
... our back pack. We spent the evening wandering the city, a stop at the tourism office enlightened me the Möet and C****** was closed for reservations so I wouldn't be able to do there tour. My heart sank I came all this way especially to see their champagne. We had dinner at this French place that had like pub food it was quite nice the poor waitress didn't speak much English and hardly understood ...
... the business (we figure Grampa must be pretty dang old!), so it was an interesting visit.
D and I walked several kilometres through a lovely forested area in search of the Faux de Verzy, a site where over 800+ gnarled, twisted beech trees are the main attraction. Next up was La Phare de Verzenay, a lighthouse with exactly 109 steps (we opted not ...
... region's reputation
grew, popes and royalty sought to own pieces of the land with Pope Leo X, Francis I of France, Charles V of Spain, and Henry VIII of England all owning vineyard land in the region. A batch of wine from ...
... in WW II, civilians and military alike used the champagne caves for shelter. Of course, they left a bit of themselves behind in drawings and initials and names carved into the chalk walls of the caves. These were so interesting to see and imagine the people who had sheltered here while the bombs dropped so close to them. The caves went down as far as 60 meters in the ground, but the temperature is a stable 50 degrees and best ...