Hotel Ibis Epernay Centre Ville
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Yes, I recommend this hotel. Epernay is smaller than Reims, and a good choice for people that wants to visit the Parc Naturel des Montagnes de Reims, a region that deserves a visit in Champagne.
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... and take the ferry to Dover. Then the local train from Dover to Canterbury. Stan wants to find a hardware store, I want to find a bookstore, and maybe a hair cut. And we will see the cathedral! Then reverse the whole process on Friday.
Tuesday Sept 2nd
We did get a soccer game on the local pitch on Sunday. We watched the first half and it was very energetic and some of the players had some decent skills. ...
... Belgium and almost left Luxembourg by this time, so at Emma's request we stopped at the next supermarket in hope that there would be a roast chook for her (us) to feast on! We were in luck and after a quick top up of other stock we were back on the road, me with a chicken sandwich to eat on the road too.... Easier than trying to peck at the roast chicken, although Em did feed me a bit of it too!We kept pushing on and by about half 3 we had arrived in Epernay, right in the heart ...
... week's groceries, and 9 bottles of reasonable plonk, for 179E !
My favourite cheese, d'Affinois, which I was introduced to by my darling Charlotte, sells here for 1.95E vs about $ 10 at home!
Having bloody wifi problems as usual, so will call it quits.
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The Travelling Willburys
And, yes, Vicky, I most certainly freely acknowledge my mistake about George Harrison - after all, it was a long time ago since I was last ...
Bought some bubbly in Reims then on to Chalons-en-Champagne. Lovely town with two large churches as usual. The Notre-Dame De L'Epine dated back 1405 the Cathedrale St Etienne dated back 1230.
Extensive tree lined walks in the ...
... Mr C was on hand to help so I managed not to embarrass myself completely :-) On the advice of the hostesses at the champagne house, we then grabbed lunch on la place de la Rebulique - sitting on the square, under the shade of an umbrella and watching the world go by. From the village, we headed back to the campsite to pick up Claudia and then we made our way to Chigny les Roses and the champagne house of Hilaire Leroux et fils. Mr ...