Hôtel Du Golf De L'Ailette
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... but a sister car was fitted with the original furniture and was on display. No pictures were allowed in the museum.
After a McDonald's lunch (apparently nothing else was open on Sunday), we stopped at "The Little Red Schoolhouse." On May 7, 1945, Germany signed papers of surrender in this building. The news was made public on May 8. This was the first of several surrenders that happened ...
... of making champagne. Known as the Grand Dame of Champagne, Madam Clicquot took over running the production of the champagne, being one of the first business women of modern times. In 1810 Madam Clicquot created the first vintage bottle of champagne (grapes grown from only one vineyards). Madam Cliquot created the first riddling table that allowed crystal clear champagne. We travelled down to the crayers (chalk tunnels) that were painstakingly hand dug in the 17th century. ...
... s probably gone off by now. We wandered down the main shopping street which had the necessities - butcher, baker, chocolate shop, bar...... Sadly, being Sunday, we didn't get an opportunity to purchase the local chocolate specialty. Our lunch was provided by the local brass band, and we ate it in the 'Pilgrim's Room' at the hospital adjacent to the cathedral. The room is in the style of the cathedral with a magnificent vault. We were welcomed with ...
... lately, and I totally agree, that no one here has been rude. We have been following the custom of greeting each shop keeper before asking questions or looking around, but other than that, we've been bumbling tourists, and people have been very kind, helpful, and patient with us. Shopkeepers at the largest monuments have seemed a bit annoyed, but I think this is totally understandable given the amount of tourists they deal with on a daily basis. Tourists are very needy people : ).
... route of my GPS, I can get around on back roads pretty well. The only hiccup of the day was when I got confused when navigating a retarded intersection, where I could not figure out which lane I was supposed to be in to go straight. Some of the intersections here can get a little complicated, and I have been through roundabouts with five roads attached! Anyway, this time, I tried to move from one lane to another while waiting at the light, but ...