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... natural park on the Montagne (mountain, but think hill) de Reims yesterday and not a leaf in sight. The grape vines are all quite naked, too. But the vineyards are full of trucks and cars and people and odd agricultural implements. Stan thinks they are spraying before the leaves come out. Certainly the pruning is all done, so I don’t know quite what else they’d be doing.
Yesterday we took advantage of the car to drive over to Epernay (less ...
... 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 ...
... big. Once we finally worked out where we were we chose to not take the motorway option and headed towards Dijon through what we thought looked like a nice scenic route through a mountain range. Oli managed to look up from his ipad at a timely moment, and yells out SNOW. There was a spec of white but not much else, but then a minute later I see a little pub and some snow in the car park - Stop the car. It wasn't much but it was the first time ...
... 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 ...
... make more champagne, you need lots of space to store all those bottles!
The tour at Moet et Chandon was their canned presentation put on by the company, so we didn't see too much behind-the-scenes, but the guide did a great job explaining how old the company was and how it became so popular.
No good tour of a brewery or winery would end without a round through the ...