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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... lately, the places I went yesterday saw that I was a student and let me in for free. That saved me about $16. This place, I wasn’t so lucky. Now, I don’t mind spending $8 for a museum, if there’s something to it but this place was so not worth it. There was one thing that I would have been disappointed to not see. ONE. The rest, meh…
The one thing that I thought was really neat and was really glad I saw, was a result of ...
... came with a kitchen and sitting room available to us so we enjoy a few meals prepared from local produce. Other nights we ate at the local restaurants, including one that offered fresh trout from the Marne river and another in an old Chateau on the hillside above it, nestled in vineyards. We also picked fresh, crisp apples from our chateau’s extensive grounds and enjoyed French croissants and homemade jam, last year’s hazelnuts and freshly made pot set yoghurt for ...
... throughout the day. Added to this was that I was drinking David's too!
Firstly we visited Mercier Champagne which is very much geared for tourists with a train going through the caves/cellars with audio guides and a taste at the end. It was fantastic to go underground and see the mazes of tunnels with so many bottles lined up. The temperature and atmospheric conditions are perfect for the champagne process, hence the reason there are hundreds ...
... but there is also lots of stunning produce and the food culture is very big. Our house is a beautiful 2brm apartment above a shop with a cute rooftop terrace (although with the temp ranging from about 3 - 11 degrees we haven't spent much time out there.
We walked the very impressive cobblestones of the Avenue du Champagne several times and also did a tour of the largest producer Mercier which included a train ride through ...
... 300 varieties of champagne, featuring 6 different ones each week. We, of course, had to try the six types between us, accompanied with rillettes of foie gras and pork...we laughed when we saw the huge pile of toast they brought out to put the foie gras on, but then proceeded to eat every bite of it!
Wending our way back home, we tried to find ...