Hotel de l'Abbaye
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We emerged from the hotel soon after 08:00 this morning - the tandems (and solo bike) were duly extracted from the little lock-up within the hotel garage and we were away. Soon the route took us onto a canal towpath and this was a theme for a good part of the day. The quality of the towpath surface was a bit variable so we ducked on and off it, using roads near the canal where the towpath surface was poor. The main section of towpath for us was the section through Reims ...
... still vacances. She poured up some icy cold rose that was very good even though rose is not a favorite of ours.
She and her husband make the champagne but she said - again this was all in French - that they would be retiring soon. Their daughter owns the vines. I expect that may have been done for tax purposes. We discussed that the summer had been unusually wet and cool and she allowed as how it may not be so good for ...
... I packed up ... I do have a process .....everything seems to have a place...I am kind of obsessing about keeping enough room in the top box to put me helmet in for when I go wander about when I stop. This lock that I have to carry around is a pain....but I figured a way to it all working. Seems I have packed enough socks for once....no chasing socks around in the morning....great workout but stressful. I am also glad I remembered to bring me outlet ...
... by way of Georgia and South Carolina. She and her husband sailed for years of the Atlantic Coast and in the Med. Then they bought a barge. He died about 5-6 years ago and she runs the boat single-handedly, spending most of the year at the Arsenal port in Paris. When she does go out I think she gets students or something to come along, since it isn’t really legal to single hand a boat over 15m in France.
She invited a ...
... here. We intended to have a late lunch in Epernay, which is at the centre of the grape growing region. We got there at about 2.15. The restaurant we had hoped to go to was shut, so we tried the next one and the next one, all shut. We were beginning to panic about the thought of starving to death (as if!) when we stumbled upon a shop that was the representative for fifty small champagne producers. We could go in there and have a taste and better still they did a ...