Ibis Reims Tinqueux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... end of WWII.
We got to our hotel around 6 pm. Steve and I had just enough time to walk to the Reims Cathedral before dinner. The very old cathedral (about 400 AD) was remodeled and repaired several times over the years. There was substantial damage during WWI. In 1971, a series of stained glass windows was added to the front of the sanctuary. They were created by Marc Chagall, also known ...
... including a tour of the house. Our lovely hostess. Sondi, took us out through the garden and then we viewed the vines, the pressing facilities (used just two weeks a year), the vats, the underground cellars where over six million bottles are cellared, the oak barrels and then back through the gardens to the tastings. This is one of the few privately owned champagne houses still operating and produces some two million bottles per year of which 60% is exported. The USA ...
... on the top of one of the hills overlooking Epernay and is the site of the Benedictine abbey where Dom Perignon invented champagne. The village is charming, and like most of France, has kept its heritage architecture and narrow streets. We walked from the car park part way up the hill and enjoyed meandering the streets, calling at an antique shop before making our way to the Abbey. The Abbey was originally built in around the year 1200. Further walking ...
... runs everything and I mainly read things and correct them from using improper (aka British) English.
I am living in an average sized town called Châlons-en-Champagne. It is the capital of the Champagne-Ardennes region and right by two cities with loads of champagne houses. It has about ten thousand more people than Delaware, so it's not too overwhelming or underwhelming. I really like it ...
... what we drank to go with dinner? 22nd July Revin and another boat In the morning we packed up after just making breakfast before it was closed off and headed for Revin. Ian and Lynda Dobson invited us to visit them on their boat Beerste and it was very convenient after Epernay. However we did get lost a couple of times thanks to the 50m delay in the GPS. There is no problem of course on the straight lengths of freeway but the clover leaves give you up to three options ...