Holiday Inn Reims Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Reims Centre
Hotel is simple but very nice. Location fantastic and staff was very firendly.
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... stained glass windows he did for the Art Institute of Chicago and many other works. I recognized the windows immediately - they are his style.
After a delicious dinner, I walked back to the cathedral with some of the other tour participants. The cathedral puts own a light show at 11:00 - once it gets dark. The 25 minute show was nothing short of amazing!
It is a late night, but it was worth it. ...
We continue to stay on Heather and Tim's boat moored at Mareuil-sur-Aÿ and we have been exploring the local area without going too far. The weather has been quite cool. One of the holidaymakers from a motor home (or camping car as it is called in France) said that it is ten degrees cooler than when they were here last year. Most days it is around 20 degrees but when the sun goes down and the wind gets up it is cool in the evenings. It is still light until around 9.30 ...
Another couple of gloriously sunny days in France were to be had at Reims. There is of course, the obligatory Cathedral, which in this case just happens to be one of the largest and more important ones in France as most French Kings were anointed here. The cathedral is rather awesome, even with the part shroud of scaffolding obscuring some of our views. Apparently, Reims is more or less the capital of champagne territory, so it looks like its a change ...
Managed to get up early enough today to do a day-outing to Reims and explore the towns on the Montagne de Reims Champagne Route. We started by checking out the market in Epernay in the Halle Saint Thibault, with lots of offerings such as cheeses, meats, charcuterie, fruits, veggies, etc...only bought a couple of apples, knowing that the day has much more to ...
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History of wine production
The region's reputation for wine production dates back to the Middle Ages when Pope Urban II, a native Champenois, ...