Hotel Ibis Chalons en Champagne
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... We had very, very tasty snails in the first course, then Paul had rabbit and I had lamb in the second course (also very tasty). Paul had a cheese plate, with a selection of sheep, goat, and cow cheeses. I had a dessert: bananas and chocolate in a filo dough purse. I thought it was good (not great), but Paul didn't like the plantain-style banana. We also had a bottle of excellent Beaujolais. Lovely meal, about three hours of good food and good company. Then back to the room for ...
... from the 3rd century Gallo-Roman city of Durocortorum, several times. Isolated in the middle of a multi- laned road, there was nowhere convenient to stop, so compromised with the drive-by photo. Very slow traffic.
Veuve Clicquot, a challenging premises for car access.
An english speaking guide took us through to the crayeres, large igloo shaped limestone pits that had been dug by the romans who removed ...
... runs everything and I mainly read things and correct them from using improper (aka British) English.
I am living in an average sized town called Châlons-en-Champagne. It is the capital of the Champagne-Ardennes region and right by two cities with loads of champagne houses. It has about ten thousand more people than Delaware, so it's not too overwhelming or underwhelming. I really like it ...
... 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. ...
Date20 September 1792LocationBetween Sainte-Menehould and Valmy
49Â°04′46″N 4Â°45′56″ECoordinates: 49Â°04′46″N 4Â°45′56″E
Result Decisive ...