Golden Tulip Reims L'Univers
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... show him that apparently, that isn’t an issue (pic 3). In all reality, most of the people there I’m pretty sure are volunteers. Just like in the U.S.
The rest of my day was spent travelling to my new city, Dijon. The population of Dijon is about twice that of Medford so it’s a mid-sized city. In my mind it’s larger though cuz it’s big enough to need a Metro line. As I write this, I’m sitting four floors up, ...
... in America, I still can’t eat it all and that seems like a crime with duck!
Right now I’m having a toasted bagel with pastrami, cream cheese, lettuce, tomato, and a slightly spicy mustard. By the way, they call the mustard we’re used to “American Mustard.” That made me giggle a bit since we call their mustard “Dijon Mustard.” Anyway, I’m not normally a fan of pastrami but I’m trying to try things I don’t normally ...
... for one of the first ever film advertisements in a further attempt to market his product. This was probably the best champagne I've ever tasted...I even ended up buying a few bottles!
I'm not even a lover of champagne, but this is definitely worth a weekend trip. For those vacationing in Paris the drive here isn't so bad, and they have many tour packages available on www.viator.com. As I write this, I'm raising a glass of Mercier champagne saying 'Sante!'
... t have more time to spend together but I had to get back to work....which was hard as there was lots to catch up on and an overflowing in tray. Oh how nice it would be to only have to work part time :)
Sasha and Ben came back on the Wednesday and spent a couple of days here soaking up the sun which is still shining (mostly). It was actually getting quite cold in Reims. We had a lovely dinner in Villefranche ...
... for the area to start planting vines and continuing with the coronation of his son Louis the Pious at Reims. The tradition of crowning kings at Reims contributed to the reputation of the wines that came from this area.