Ibis Reims Tinqueux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We also hopped on bikes and rode of to find our champagne guy who we did not find the first time we went for a bike ride looking for him - M. Tristan. This time we arranged the meeting in advance. He turned out to be way farther away that we thought - back almost to the lock at Courcelles. It was a tough slog going but not bad coming back as mostly downhill for the return.
We met him at his ...
... on the other hand was apparently still drunk! Showers taken, coffee and tea made and then we started with the tidy up and re-organisation of everything that needed to be in the car! Honestly it took a lot less effort than I originally thought, and even though we had coffee and tea during the time we were packing up, the Dutchies were still dead even with our pack up time - thanks to the amazing air tent and how simple it is to pack!We said our goodbyes to them and exchanged ...
... worries" and "she'll be right" s for good effect.
We grabbed the bikes and rode straight into town, which was a pleasant little 2km ride alongside the river La Marne, despite the wind and the few drops of rain, and soon found a nice little restaurant where we had some lunch...Treas was almost swooning over salmon cooked in champagne , with a glass, sorry, "coupe" of champagne to wash it down.
On the recommendation of my old mate Nev, who's been ...
... and in the petite garden sculptures mostly of naked women!!
The Porte Sainte-Croix dated 1769 was dedicated to Marie-Antoinette and almost felt like you were in Paris!.
Cant wait to get on with our voyage!!
After spending a few days in Paris I think everyone is ready to get out of the city and into the 'real' France. I definitely am. After spending a couple of weeks in the South, Paris has been frenetic and crowded. We drive into the Champagne region. It is once again rolling hills all green and lush, and covered in vineyards. We stop at a little champagne winery called H.Goutorbe. I don't think I had tasted this one before, but they have a connection in Bendigo so we ...