Ibis Styles Reims Centre Cathedrale
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... but there is also lots of stunning produce and the food culture is very big. Our house is a beautiful 2brm apartment above a shop with a cute rooftop terrace (although with the temp ranging from about 3 - 11 degrees we haven't spent much time out there.
We walked the very impressive cobblestones of the Avenue du Champagne several times and also did a tour of the largest producer Mercier which included a train ride through ...
... thankfully, they give us little space heaters for our rooms. The "kitchen" consists of a microwave and a refrigerator and we share the room with random adults who also rent rooms here (it makes no sense at all to me). But it is really cheap and there are three other assistants living here. The rooms are set up with two bedrooms, two closets off the main "hall," and a bathroom, which consists of ...
showed the effects of a war of attrition. The constant losses and continuous stalemate nature of this battlefield lacks the hope that the WWII campaign had, but demonstrates the persistence and eventual success of a group determined to save itself, no matter what hardships it had to overcome.
Soooo, after that depressing note, we then hopped back in the car and headed to Reims. We arrived at our B&B and were greeted ...
... in newspapers and pamphlets throughout France and had a
damaging effect on Champagne sales.
The war of words would continue for another 130 ...