Hotel Du Commerce
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... at Le Jardin which was delicious. Cheese with nut salad followed by roast pork with veg and Stu had mushroom and ham soup followed by chilli ribs. Accompanied by a chilled glass of rise champagne followed a Chablis. Lemon meringue and praline eclair finished off the evening! Now sleep and get ready for going to Switzerland ...
... when they would work with the bottles. Because the bottles would sometimes explode and glass would go everywhere the staff used to work in these masks. Was a very flash site indeed. Afterwards we got to do a tasting of three different glasses and i am sorry Sandra, Renay, nothing really jumped our and grabbed us to say, yep that is a $200 bottle. After a couple of glasses of lunch time champagne on an empty stomach we both went for an oversized lunch and an ...
... move a bit slower here.
While most of the champagne winers are open to the public, many require advance reservations for tours and tastings, which we didn't have. DM settled for 2 bottles of her favorite champagne from a wine/champagne store near the cathedral.
In addition to a short video I made, below are several pictures from our day in ...
... lunch we headed down to the 'new' town for our afternoon concert. Our hosts, the Brass Band du Laonnais, played the first half of the concert in the Conservatory of Music and Dance. Before they commenced, they read out the story of the Australian involvement in France in WWI (in both French and English - bless them!), and said how honoured they were to have the Australians visiting in such an important anniversary year. It was very well written and ...
... instead of a trailer, for this is probably the 4th time I have overturned the trailer on this trip. I have to especially be careful when around curbs, or when turning quickly. Other than this, it doesn't appear to have many downsides and the bike remains easy to manipulate. It just feels like I am pulling someone on rollerblades behind me.
The terrain has become gently rolling hills, slowing me down, but a welcome change. My second ...
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