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... it was way better than the adult league games he used to ref in the US. I elected not to stick around for the second half as Arsenal were on the computer - via a feed from the NBC broadcast in the USA. Weird
Yesterday we got the first coat of primer on the left hand side of the boat and today we did the second coat - but the wind was blowing and we got some dust into the paint so it will take more sanding than usual before ...
... Sorted with the campsite, but it was still raining so put off putting the tent up and we headed off to get a tasting or two in - first stop was Hautvillers, a lovely little town that can claim to be the home of Champagne after Dom Perignon invented the method to manufacture - and now has a street named after him. After asking at the info centre about a little bar that I'd heard was great, we were unfortunately told it was closed on Mondays... Always our luck!We were recommended to ...
... even then I was wrong, because I was actually right....;)
And Deb - thanks - wrong again! Twice in a year! Apparently it's Billecart, not Billicart, and in case you are interested Mercier was selling for 22E at the cellar, but don't know what they get at home.
And Mick -thanks for the encouragement, but we are doing ok thanks, despite the lack of your traditional support.... Certainly makes life a bit more comfortable and less arduous but we miss you too Rose...and ...
... 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!!
... navigated Claudia through some very narrow and winding roads, and upon arrival Pierre met us at the door. This particular champagne house is small - in fact, they only produce 60,000 bottles a year (mostly sold only in France) and it is almost as if they make the wine in the back of the house. But that just made the tour all the more enjoyable as it is still done on a very small scale, without the trappings of the tourist industry to which ...