Hotel Campanile Reims Est - Taissy
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... respectable 120km/h and are very modern and comfortable. We traveled via Laon, and Tergnier where we changed trains both times, arriving at S-Q at 9:33am, again on time. The ticket cost us A$25 each. At S-Q we commence our WW1 Battlefields tour. Due to it being the Centenary of the start of that war there is lots happening. While both Greg's Grandfathers fought and were wounded fighting on the Western Front during this war, Wendy has ...
... us it was named after the son of the original owner Mr Moët and his son-in-law Mr Chandon. They have been making champagne since the late 1700s. They make the champagne using three grape varieties - C******nay, Meunier and Pinot Noir. They had a lot of champagne all stacked up - some of the stacks had over 24,000 bottles!they told us that at the end of the making process one guy has to turn all the bottles to get rid of the ...
... on big roads again, so not too hard. We were getting better at following the navigator and turning the wrong way on roundabouts.
The village of Hautvillerswas lovely - small but picturesque on the hill overlooking Reims. It was the home of Dom Perignon, one of the original champagne makers and his tomb was in the local Abbey. He had worked with the Catholic Church to maintain the vines originally planted in this area by ...
... desperate so paid the $253. Now to find some accommodation, we eventually found one the premiere classe. OMG similar to our formula 1 hotels. When we opened the door it stunk and the bathroom smelt like urine. Oh we'll it was that or no thing. Had tea next door at the hippopotamus grill. Almost as bad as the hotel amazed at dogs being allowed into ...
21st June 2013
It rained overnight but by 9am it had cleared mainly. We all went for showers as we are not sure where the next one will be. John went to the boulangerie to get some lovely brown baguettes, croissants and seeded brown loaf, excellent.
After breakfast we decided to set off from Sillery. We were moored at the marina wall and Simon and Jenny had managed to get in behind us with ...
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