Ibis Reims Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Reims Centre
liked the bar area and staff hospitality - rooms clean and spacious. hairdryer which was handy when luggage limited. no tea & coffee facilities in the room (which seems standard in france) vending machine only sold pop!!
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... at Le Jardin which was delicious. Cheese with nut salad followed by roast pork with veg and Stu had mushroom and ham soup followed by chilli ribs. Accompanied by a chilled glass of rise champagne followed a Chablis. Lemon meringue and praline eclair finished off the evening! Now sleep and get ready for going to Switzerland ...
Thursday 9/25 - Today we took another day trip from Paris to the city of Reims. It is in the heart of the French champagne region - a short 45 minute ride from Paris on the high speed TGV.
Reims is much more laid back compared to the hustle and fast pace of Paris. Its wide boulevards, pedestrian friendly streets and pretty little cafes give you a feeling ...
The nearby town of Ay was surrounded by vineyards rising up the steep slopes as far as we could see. The hills were swarming with pickers with panniers on their backs and white vans were everywhere. We went in search of a 'Mere et Filles' champagne house we had heard about, a seeming rarity in this male-dominated wine area, but unfortunately they ...
... the wine of AÃ¿ in the Marne dÃ©partement was the best wine produced in the world. For a time AÃ¿ was used as a shorthand designation for wines from the entire Champagne region, similar to the use of Beaune for the wines ...
... at 30 meters, so that is the depth of the majority of the cave tunnels. The tunnels are miles long and very dimly lit with yellow or red and blue lights so as not to add heat to the atmosphere.
The next champagne cave we visited was Pommery Vrencken, a bit more modern yet still impressive. We entered the caves via a long, long staircase carved out of chalk -- 112 steps. After climbing down, we walked along long ...