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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... walking around Reims. Again we headed to the information centre, but it was about a 20 minute walk from the station. She gave us a map and told us Tattianger was the only cellar that took walk ins. While we were in town we checked out the Notre Dame Cathedral, which was a very important church historically as all the Kings were crowned here. We then headed towards the area where most of the champagne cellars are, which was another 20ish minutes ...
... men and women are all slim and we really didn't see any obese people that seem to make so much of our own population. What is their secret maybe not eating some much processed food?? Unfortunately a very high percentage of people smoke something we hadn't seen since the 1970s. It's very off putting especially in and around bars and restaurants.
The city is easily transversed by the comprehensive Metro subway and ...
... building has all of its mechanical and air conditioning systems on the outside, which makes it somewhat of an art-project on its own. The art inside was top-notch including some Picasso and a special exhibit on modern architecture.
Feeling a little bit of Museum-Burn-Out, ...
... was delicious.After dinner, we went on a second walking tour to see first hand why Paris is called the City of Lights.We started at the Sacre Coeur Basilica. It sits on a hill overlooking Paris and offers a great view of the city at night. We made our way back down the hill and took Paris' metro (which is the worst smelling Metro I have ever been on) to the Arc de Triomph.The Arc de Triomph was built by Napolean in 1806, but funny enough, it was not finished until ...
... holiday treats. There were carnival rides and games, and hundreds of families were there, enjoying the markets and the games. I've read about the European Christmas markets before, but I had never seen them on this scale in person. It was as picturesque and bewitching as I expected. It made me want to be bundled up with a hot, mulled wine and have our whole family around us exploring the stalls and playing the games. That small glimpse of Paris at Christmas was enough for ...