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... leaving the cathedral, we took a walking tour of the streets. The Christmas Market was in full swing, so we had a small pretzel each … and a glass of hot wine, which was very much appreciated in the cold weather (particularly because of the breeze, today was a lot colder than previously). Other sites in the town include a 3rd Century Roman triumphal arch, which we walked through.
We then returned to the hotel to rest before our big dinner tonight at ...
... 4 of their champagnes. We then drove about 10 minutes into our home for the next 3 nights, the lovely city of Epernay. I can't believe that we haven't been to champagne before having been nearby in Paris several times, but I am very glad that we hadn't just done a day trip as the place is stunning. Epernay is much bigger than I was expecting and they have some amazing houses and buildings in the city. They are obviously fairly into their ...
... vinyards. Into Vertus for a cheese plate and glass of bubbles, as we needed sustenance to cross the Vallee de la Marne enroute to Hautvillers.
While the Abbey of Hautvillers, now owned by Moet & Chandon, is closed to the public, the historic abbey church of St-Sindulphe, where Dom Perignon is ...
... 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 Ch├ólons-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 ...
We are now in the land of wide river with occasional narrower channel sections, and very intermittent locks. We did 25 kilometers with 5 locks on Sunday and about 21 with 2 locks today. The speed limit is higher also so one can make lot of time.
On the other hand, the river banks are not shored up like the canals are and the vegetation grows right into the river edge so you can't really just stop anywhere and tie up. There are ...