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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... second process (ridling? Wriggling? Must check... Couldn't decipher with the guide's accent) where the bottles are upended and turned weekly or more often to disperse the yeast sediment. For the vintage wines this is done by hand but the NV get stacked in crates and turned by machine. If I understood correctly the racks were designed by the widow of Veuve, hence her fame (previously they were upended in sand but that wasn't ...
... were vintage years.
Veuve Clicquot translates to widow Clicquot. Madame Cliquot herself was well educated, and both interested and involved in the family (from her marriage) business. After her husband died at an early age, Madame Clicquot's father in law, who had begun the Champagne House, planned to sell it. Horrified at the thought that the business would go to someone who didn't have the same passion and ...
... as the best burger that Emily ever ate
(and I had a great assortment of various meats). Reims is known for its meat and we know
why. We visited a few other sites like the local Roman forums and then headed to the Museum of Surrender which is where the Germans signed the agreement effectively ending the conflict in Europe in World War II. Amazing to be in the room that ended a monstrous conflict and began the road to recovery. ...
... winemakers hired physician Jean-Baptiste de Salins, dean of the medical school in Beaune,
to speak to a packed auditorium at the Paris Faculty of Medicine.
Salins spoke favorably of Burgundy wine's deep color and ...