Holiday Inn Reims Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hotel is simple but very nice. Location fantastic and staff was very firendly.
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... projects. There are 7 distinct painting projects, not all of which will get done this spring and possibly not even this year, but they all nag at me (DO ME! DO ME! DO ME!).
It is slowly warming up. Last night was the first night we didn’t turn the electrical space heaters on all night long! All of a sudden it seems as if every daffodil in the world is blooming and they are gorgeous. Some trees are leafing (willows for instance) but we drove through ...
... mom grabbed our tray, ceramic coffee cup and all, and tossed it into the trash that I realized we were feeling the effects of our 'tastings'. Time to get to the train station and back to Paris! We stopped at Auberge Pyrénées Cévennes on our way home for a nice, conservative portion of cassoulet - as seen in the photo! Delicious, but enough to feed a family of 12! Our total for today was 6 miles! That's 57 miles since last ...
... downpour. Yay!
We headed into town and had a nice picnic in a park of various charcuterie, cheese, and strange French beers/sodas which seemed to muster a fine set of French wasps. After a quick little jaunt along the river, we headed out of the city and towards the battlefields. Driving out of the city, you enter a kind of strange mix of country-side and woods. The country side isn’t well used for farming and frankly the woods seem ...
... the King drink Champagne with every meal for the benefit
of his health. As the King aged and his ailments increased, competing
doctors would propose alternative treatments with alternative wines, to
sooth the ...
... to talk with us before we left, he liked to talk and was very knowledgeable, about our trip North.
We left Courcelles les Arts at about 10.15am.
Our first stop along the way was Essoyes, the place Renoir called home for much of his life. As usual in France, everything was closed from 12 - 2 for lunch... no-one seems to work then... except a few little cafes. We ...