Hotel Jeanne D'Arc

26 Rue Jeanne D'arc, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51100, France | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld


Showers on and off all day, 16-20deg, 5km, (train 125km) ride tot. 1005 km. Got half a dozen spots of rain as we peddled into the railway station at Reims. It was nice to watch the droplets of rain run across the train window instead of down your face while on the bike. The train from Reims to Saint-Quentin departed spot on time at 7:35am. Because we have bikes we need to catch local trains, not the 300km/h TGVs. The local ones get along ...

Champagne tasting & Mont-Saint-Eloi

A travel blog entry by 5plimmers


... us it was named after the son of the original owner Mr Moët and his son-in-law Mr Chandon. They have been making champagne since the late 1700s. They make the champagne using three grape varieties - C******nay, Meunier and Pinot Noir. They had a lot of champagne all stacked up - some of the stacks had over 24,000 bottles!��they told us that at the end of the making process one guy has to turn all the bottles to get rid of the ...

Paris to Reims

A travel blog entry by mareelangdon

Picked up hire car in middle of Paris, very daunting with all the traffic. Des was the driver and did fabulous job Heading for Reims, the champagne area of France . Lovely town centre with lots of cafés. Headed to epernay to do champagne caves tour with Moët and Chandon. Oh **** we have a flat tyre. Spent next hour trying to get help from ...

Champagne Tour

A travel blog entry by holdfast


... has to be divided equally. You can imagine then that some of the plots are quite small. The big champagne houses like Moët Chandon and Bollinger have large tracts of land. We visited the burial place of Dom Perignon, said to be the creator of Champagne. If you ask a Frenchman this they will nod their heads but there is some conjecture as to who really invented it. Anyway Dom Peignon was a monk at the Hautvillers (pronounced Orviyay) Abbey. Instead of fermenting the wine in a ...


A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw


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After the disappointment of skipping lunch, we drove to Le Clos du Mont D'Hor, our hotel for the weekend. It is set on a working farm about 5km north of Reims and simply gorgeous. We didn't stay for too long, as we wanted to catch the last cellar tour at Taittinger Champagne house in Reims. The tour was very informative, although slightly spoiled by a group of Dutch tourists for whom everything had to be translated, i.e. effectively ...


This hotel, located in the Centre Erlon area of Reims, is near Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Reims, Palais du Tau, Museum of the Surrender (Salle de Reddition), and Musee des Beaux-Arts.
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