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... 18 horses to move it. After that we visited De Castellane winery and we climbed to the top of the tower there - 207 steps! Ben thought the view was excellent and Jon thought he could see our house! Next we walked down to the town to have dinner and ate a delicious burger. Ben and Jon then went to the chocolatier and got puppy shaped chocolates on sticks to eat. They liked them so much they wanted to get another ...
... the outskirts of the city and rode our bikes into the main part of the mediaeval town. It was Sunday so many of the shops were closed but it meant we could have a really nice ride around without coming across too many pedestrians. Thanks for the recommendation Steve Isaksen. It felt a bit odd riding our road bikes in shorts and t-shirts. We got lots of funny looks from the local riders, probably because we were wearing helmets! From there we headed further into the ...
... to what we want to see.
Our plan was to go back to Epernay the next day, but ahhhhhhh we slept in till 9.30am oops, so we gave Epernay a miss and took a drive into Chalon's en Champagne to have a squiz. Very pretty place.
Right so next morning, alarm set for 8am, we were up and ready to go by 9am. Headed into Epernay and our first stop was along Avenue de Champagne at the Mercier Champagne House, this avenue is the most expensive avenue in France, more so than ...
... couple of so-called Aires which were really just a parking place near one of the canals, so I checked the iPad data and found one, albeit 60 km away.
So we hightailed it across more farmlands and through more deserted villages, and finally found what we wanted in Chalons en Champagne, supposedly rated at 4 stars...........
4 stars my ****!
I'd give it maybe 2 stars, and in so typical French fashion, the sanitary ...
... was set and we were on our way. Thirty miles into the trip and I had not seen a petrol station, a couple of miles later and I had to switch onto reserve. I decided to stop and get some help from my Garmin. It told me that the nearest station was two miles away. When we got there it was closed, oh well, on to the next one. This one was just a shell of a building so onto the third.Finally, the Valk was filled to the brim and we were on our way again.