Ibis Styles Reims Centre Cathedrale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... end of WWII.
We got to our hotel around 6 pm. Steve and I had just enough time to walk to the Reims Cathedral before dinner. The very old cathedral (about 400 AD) was remodeled and repaired several times over the years. There was substantial damage during WWI. In 1971, a series of stained glass windows was added to the front of the sanctuary. They were created by Marc Chagall, also known ...
... we will explore over the next couple of days. We had booked an apartment through airbnb and when we arrived we were really happy with our choice. We are staying in a newly built typical German house which is divided into apartments. We are on the first floor and we have a balcony with outdoor seating area. All around us we are surrounded by grape vines! There is no need for jackets here as it was 28 degrees when we arrived and as it is light until about 9.30 pm we enjoyed dinner ...
... we were all well satisfied with the day, despite the lack of tastings!
We caught the Metro back to the very convenient stop on St Germain Boulevard, about 150 metres from our hotel, and decided to have a couple of happy hour Hoegaardens and a snack before heading to our rooms!
Tomorrow is our last day here in Paris, so we will catch up on a few sights and then do some laundry and re packing of the cases before we fly out to Milan on Friday ...
... and then the last night dinner at home but a glass of champagne beforehand at Château Eza in Eze beforehand and now they have gone. Ben back to Margaret River and Sasha to London to work for 6 weeks for Chapel Down in Kent. They produce a sparkling wine which is currently getting some very good reviews. I will miss them but hopefully I will get a chance to see Sasha again before she returns to Australia.
... and mercenaries held the area in occupation. It was not until the 1660s, during the reign of Louis XIV, that the region saw enough peace to allow advances in sparkling wine production to take place.