Grand Hotel Continental
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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Wonderful hotel, wonderful location. We are delighted to be in this place.
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We had brief delays on the French trains. Never have had that in other countries...interesting. It was trying to make up time and the whistle blew while Tommy was still hoisting the big bag on! Made it up from the Loire Valley to the route de la Champagne and Reims. Fantastic hotel right on the pedestrian area (similar the the rambles in Barcelona …
... of WW2. The church was bombed, of course, and the fires were so hot that anything metal melted. They actually have gargoyles who had rivers of metal rather than water coming out of their mouths (pic 1). It was a really incredible reminder of the power of fire and the horrors of war.
There were a few of the giant statues that used to adorn the outside walls of the church in there as well. It’s easy to mistake their size when you see the church ...
... guess is, people are going to rent them and sell things for the holidays. I almost wish I could be here for Christmas as the area I’m in has a really nice atmosphere. The place I’m staying in has a window that faces right onto the “touristy” square and I’m pretty sure that there is a huge Mall behind and underneath this place.
France really is a mesh of a lot of different cultures. It’s most apparent in their food but I’ve been ...
... of our time.
The next town on our schedule was Epernay, one of the hearts of the champagne region. This ended up being a rather sleepy town overall...whereas Reims had more than just the champagne legacy, Epernay seemed to be a one-trick pony. The tour of the Mercier champagne house was the highlight, and I thought it was much better than the Veuve Clicquot tour. You had to take an elevator down into the caves below, then take a train to tour the production area. ...
... decided to head there first. As we walked there through town through the main square we again noticed heaps of flags and a huge stage that was set up, being dismantled. It looked like something really big had happened the previous day but again we didn’t know what and didn’t give it too much thought and continued on our way. ‘The Map Room’ is located in a school building on a quiet street, there wasn’t many people. ...