Le Cheval Blanc

Address: Rue du Moulin, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51400, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Reims

Day Twenty Six - I've run out of witty titles

A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Nov 03, 2015

3 photos

... the window at a beautiful city skyline. The place I’m staying used to be a giant hotel that was converted into a hostel. It’s far enough out of the way of anything and everything that it’s kind of annoying. I was forced to eat in their cafeteria tonight which was pretty boring food (something I never thought I’d have in France). Tomorrow I’m going to have to take a bus. Blech!!

I did have a chance, though, to talk to one of ...

Day Twenty Four - All Saint's Day

A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Nov 01, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... br> The church in Amiens may have technically been bigger inside but this one sure felt bigger (pic 3). A lot of the stained glass was being cleaned so I didn’t get a decent shot of the really amazing ones. Not that they seem to turn out very well in photos anyway. What I did get a pic of is a more modern display (pic 4). It’s not easy to see the detail but it is really unique and beautiful.

It’s kinda funny, during ...

Provins and Reims

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Nov 28, 2014

38 photos

... town came during the Hundred Years War. One piece of evidence of the collapse of the economy: the nave of the church is very short compared to the apse and transept. It was planned to be much longer (and, in fact, a cross in the square opposite the church marks the planned extent of the nave), but the town could no longer afford a big church (and no longer had the need for one), so construction was halted where it was. The rose window was destroyed by a much later fire and ...

A Champagne Toast

A travel blog entry by emily.emiley on Aug 07, 2014

362 photos

... overgrown with trees and brush. Every so often there were bunkers built into hills. Scenic and quiet now in the middle of a silent forest, but odd to think about what it would have been like a hundred years ago.
After visiting a few memorials, we headed to the Village Detruit de Fleury. It was one of around
a dozen cities that were completely destroyed in the combat. They had signs near craters listing the buildings that were there ...

Driving through Champagne

A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 04, 2014

32 photos

... to a greater focus on white wines.[10]
The Champagne house of Gosset was founded as a still wine producer in 1584 and is the oldest Champagne house still in ...