Holiday Inn Reims Centre
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Hotel is simple but very nice. Location fantastic and staff was very firendly.
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Sunday 4th May.
A fairly uneventful start if you exclude Tina leaving my credit card at a petrol station in St. Albans. It wasn't noticed until we were on the ferry sailing out of Dover. True to form, we'd only been going about 20 minutes and she was causing chaos.
A nice smooth crossing and on to the motorway down to Reims, east …
... big net behind the goal that has its back to the river, and a youngish man spent the afternoon steam-rolling the pitch. We think we may have a soccer game this Sunday afternoon!
While I was outside scraping paint Saturday afternoon a British narrow boat went by (a type of barge common in England that is only about 6 feet wide, and very long, with no side decks) playing very loud Brit rock and roll through an exterior ...
... quiet restaurant, but was told that the pizza was sold out, as was half of the menu... So it was a choice of Andouliettes de Troyes or Lasagne (after I had narrowed down a few others) working out that the Andouliettes were actually sausages made from pig tripe, I decided that I would go the safe route tonight and chose the lasagne. Twenty minutes later I had my meal in hand and headed back the tent (10pm by now) munched it down quickly and then we both hit the sack - very tired from Sunday still!
... were filled with lead from the stained glass windows melting and running down the building. We then headed to the Palais du Tau which houses a lot of the relics from the coronations of new kings. They had incredible exhibits of coronation garb as well as remnants from the cathedral that were undergoing restoration. After that, we meandered the town for a bit looking for a place to eat. We found a place that had what will probably go down ...
Bought some bubbly in Reims then on to Chalons-en-Champagne. Lovely town with two large churches as usual. The Notre-Dame De L'Epine dated back 1405 the Cathedrale St Etienne dated back 1230.
Extensive tree lined walks in the ...