Domaine de la Creuse

Address: 10800 Moussey Rue des clos, Moussey, Champagne-Ardenne, 10800, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 10800 Moussey Rue des clos, Moussey.
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    Travel Blogs from Moussey

    Training to take the train

    A travel blog entry by sabchas on Jul 08, 2015

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    ... though. We walked to the beach, and had another really nice dinner out. Walking some of the streets here is good agility training for hockey - you have to constantly dodge dog poop on the sidewalks. Quite gross. We will spend the night in Nice, and take another train tomorrow to La Brigue, where we will begin our one week hike! No idea how tough it will be - guess we'll find out ...

    Paris to Troyes

    A travel blog entry by xplorercaroline on Jul 05, 2015

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    Heading south to Chablis-Dijon today, we stopped at Troyes for lunch. Troyes (pronounced trois) is a rebuilt truly Medieval town which is being restored to its former glory. The mostly wooden buildings were burnt in the 1610s so was rebuilt using mud brick and stone but in the same style. We checked out ...

    Day 1 in Champagne with family

    A travel blog entry by abelandmel on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... fine produce, raspberries, special prawns, pig trotters marinated in vinegrette, blood pudding, more saussison, local pastries and much more; so far highlight of the trip....
    back home for duck and potatoes for lunch and we go to Reims, the capital of Champagne where all the Maison de Champagne are: We visit the Maison de Veuve Clicquot and explore some of the ...

    A pleasant surprise

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 29, 2014

    11 photos

    ... this was the site of an important trading city, traces of an aquaduct now the only tangible evidence. Throughout the middle ages it retained its importance as a trading hub, being on, among others, the route between Italy and Flanders. Craftsmen and merchants from all over Europe flocked to the town now known as Troyes for its bi-annual 3 month long trading fairs. The use of coins and credit facilitated more ...

    Sugar, sugar

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 16, 2014

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    ... br>
    We passed the impressive chateau at Coucy-le- Chateau high on a hill. There is an Aire there which would have made a good lunch stop, except for the charge of 5e!
    We went through miles of rolling farmland - mainly arable, especially sugarbeet. These were pied up in great mountains by the roadside ...