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... Ville which had beautiful gardens. Then it started raining and there was lots of thunder - we had to put our raincoats on. Next we visited Mercier winery and did a tour in mini train through caves underground. There were lots of caves and many bottles of champagne. We also saw a huge barrel which could hold 200,000 bottles of champagne. It was taken to the World Exposition in Paris in 1900 and it took 24 ...
... on a train when arriving in a city like Paris but because we were travelling with our bikes I had carefully organised our arrival. So after meeting up with our shuttle driver we were informed that he couldn't leave the airport with us in his van without his van being damaged. Mmmmm. So we headed for the very busy CDG Airport train. Three train rides, about 8 kms walking and some four hours later we arrived at our hotel. As a result I think our arms were a couple of ...
... drive back to Broyes in the dark with no problem, probably happier due to my snoozing rather than doing the dance on the car floorboards I usually do while 'side-seat driving'!
As always, we wish we were staying longer in this wonderful area, but move on we must...off to Burgundy and the Bourgogne wines, known as Pinot Noir at home! Au revoir, Champagne! ...
... century saw an explosive growth in Champagne
production going from a regional production of 300,000 bottles a year in
1800 to 20 million bottles in 1850.
This morning our travel term saw us leaving one wine region and heading to another... my favourite!
Lynda was up for one last bike ride before we left, I was up for a lazy morning!
Carole treated us to fried eggs and ham for breakfast, along with the usual range of ham, cheese, baguettes, croissant & fresh juice & coffee. Jean-Marc was out for a meeting ...