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... 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 ...
... I went white as a ghost as soon as I read it. I thought I was about to vomit right on the spot!! Anyway...as we moved through this queue it was finally established that the house had been broken into, car gone but not much damage so far, far better than what I had swimming around in my head!!!
Delightful present as we started to grab cases off train at Eperney...turned around to see Jane grab one case and ...
... of tunnels underground. It was interesting to learn about the making and that 3 particular grape varieties must be used from the Champagne region to enable the vintner to name it Champagne. Also how they manage the sediment in the bottles, a complicated process in itself with regular turning at different angles, before the bottles are turned completely upside down with the sediment settling in the neck. This section is then frozen (at minus ...
... of cellars right under their facility in town. In the reception there they have the largest wine barrel in the world which was built over 7 years in the 1880's and they pulled it by ox and horse into Paris for the world expo in 1889. It holds 200,000 bottles of wine.
We found an awesome food store, with my highlight being the most impressive looking snails I have seen, so Oli and I had snails for breakfast 2 days in a row. What a ...
... Chateau Launois (with no luck), but Garmin did lead us by the mammoth Monument national de la Victoire, a monument to commemorate the Battle of Marne which took place here during WWI. By sheer coincidence, today, September 12, is the 100th anniversary of the victory at Marne, and there were fresh flowers adorning the monument; we must have just missed the ...