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As of 29 July 2015, I will be off for the third stage of my camino to Santiago de Compostella. Many friends and acquaintances have asked me about it since last year's trip from Brussels to Reims. After a week of relaxing, yoga, walks and aromatic massages in the Vercors in France, together with my partner Els, I may say that I couldn't be better …
So one of the places I wanted to go on my first day in Reims was the Palais du Tau which is museum attached to the Notre Dame where all the Kings of France were crowned. I was really excited to go cuz I thought they'd have some really neat stuff. Unfortunately, it was closed since it was All Saint’s Day. So, I got up early this morning and went to see it out before I had to check out of the hotel.
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... on as a major religion. The guy that baptized him was Saint Remi whose miracles include, bringing a guy back from the dead to settle a dispute about his inheritance, wiping out an entire town cuz two men from there got drunk and burnt down a couple granaries, and after he died he came back so he could whip the **** out of a fellow bishop. I swear I am not making this up. There are actually a whole huge room of tapestries that tell these exact stories (pic 2). And I still think of ...
... off doing the vendange (harvest), which takes precedence over everything here!
Stopped in Bouzy, a quaint town nearby, we popped into Edmond Barnaut, a small, family-run tasting room, where we sampled several of their champagnes and some still wines. The older lady running the tasting room explained about how she, her grandfather and her ...
... Paul and Paula very much of a small Paris. Street cafes and stone buildings shone in the late sunshine, with many trees (much to Ian P's interest) fluttering in the breeze. In the main square a band was playing and it became obvious that the main man was signing...looking at the crowd we could now see that many others were signing too. Walking on we came on the back of the cathedral and a cafe beckoned. Drinking our beers a local guitar duo ...