Logis des Nations

Address: 48 Avenue du General de Gaulle, Berry Au Bac, Picardy, 02190, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 48 Avenue du General de Gaulle, Berry Au Bac.
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Travel Blogs from Berry Au Bac

Champagne celebration

A travel blog entry by benjon on Jul 07, 2015

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We started our day at Chessy. Before leaving for Epernay, we went to the Patisserie and we bought 2 eclairs: 1 chocolate and 1 lemon. They were yummy - tres Bon! On the way to Epernay, we saw lots of woods and farms and Jon saw a wind farm. When we got to Epernay, we walked up to the Avenue de Champagne. We saw lots of famous champagne houses including Moët, Perrier Jouet and Pol Roger. We then visited the ...

The adventure begins in beautiful France

A travel blog entry by nicpip on Jun 29, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... near Epernay. We've visited here before but only when there's been a Tour de France start so it will be good to visit in it's 'normal' mode. Last night we camped out the back of a Champagne house called Champagne Fournier-Chateau in a small village called Festigny. There's an accommodation scheme for motorhomes called France Passion where French farmers and vignerons sign up to allow people with motorhomes to stay on their property overnight. The company we hired the campervan ...

We struck the colors!

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Oct 13, 2014

8 photos

... days trying to figure out the source of a really annoying leak that had been getting one interior stair wet whenever it rained hard. We tried and eliminated side vents. Eventually Stan had to take the interior wall covering off to trace the flow of the trickle of water. We think we tracked it down to some gaps in the caulking on the outside of the door, or where a metal part joins to a wood part. At any rate, he caulked like mad in several spots ...

Bye bye Paris, hello Stuttgart

A travel blog entry by kochwebb on Jul 14, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... offices of the founders in their original state going back to the 1700s. Then we watched a short movie and started the tour of the caves where the wine is kept and turns into champagne slowly over 2 1/2 years for the Imperial and 7 years for the Vintage grade. The Dom Perignon is kept for over 10 years and at times even longer. The vintage and Doms are turned by hand in the later stages every day...10's of thousands of them. As ...

Died and gone to heaven!!

A travel blog entry by debbiemcphee on Sep 07, 2013

4 comments, 4 photos

... garden and the feature would have to be the lift. It is a very old style lift that has a cage door and fits only two people (or one if you have a back pack).

We settled in quickly to our hotel and set off to see some sights. The first being the cathedral. The Reims cathedral is almost identical to Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. I'm not a big fan of ...