Ibis Reims Centre
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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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... 20 minutes) rest, we got back in the car and drove to the center of Reims, where we found parking in a garage near the Cathedral. The walking street was crowded with shoppers. We tour the cathedral, which was very impressive. The proportions are amazing, and the arches soar above the narrow nave. The cathedral was heavily damaged in World War I, and so much of what we saw was reconstruction. The windows in the apse are modern – including works by Chagall. Stunning!
... Clicquot convinced her f-in-l that she had the necessary skills to make a success of the business. And she did. A canny business woman, one of her marketing successes was to ship champagne to the Russian aristocracy by sea during the 1811 blockade. She is also credited with the development of an efficient system for turning the bottles during fermentation (remuage), and removing the dead yeast prior to the final stages ...
So, this is several months overdue because I never wanted to be someone who travels and has to blog about everything. This is mainly to communicate easily with everyone at home. That way I can post pictures and talk a little about them without having to send a million emails (because I am still lazy even in France).
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Valmy obelisk with statue of Kellermann
A modern replica of the windmill at Valmy stands amid a memorial site.
The Battle of Valmy was the ...
... other edge of town and although some of the boys buried there died the same day, it was not the correct spot.
After we had driven around a bit more (to the point of extreme frustration) we went back to Cambrai and with the help of Google, three French tourist information agents (only one of them, a very young man, knew any English), two maps and an atlas we were able to work out directions to the cemetery. I feel ...