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... We had very, very tasty snails in the first course, then Paul had rabbit and I had lamb in the second course (also very tasty). Paul had a cheese plate, with a selection of sheep, goat, and cow cheeses. I had a dessert: bananas and chocolate in a filo dough purse. I thought it was good (not great), but Paul didn't like the plantain-style banana. We also had a bottle of excellent Beaujolais. Lovely meal, about three hours of good food and good company. Then back to the room for ...
... 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 ...
... get our fav lunch ingredients - a baguette, olives and cheese, we then sit in a park and have brunch. After we wander down avenue de champagne the street that all the champagne houses are on, the first house on the street is of course non other than Möet, I almost cry it's so pretty I want to go inside. After I have my moment and we take some pictures we keep walking looking at all the large, old and very ...
... still bears her name.
Barbe-Nicole Ponsardin, born 16 December 1777 in Reims,
was the daughter of a wealthy father, Ponce Jean Nicolas Philippe
Ponsardin (from 1813, Baron Ponsardin), a ...
... of events and there is something of interest for everyone. It was well run although there were a few peculiar items in the exhibits. We were glad to see that the gift shop was not a very commercial one, selling just some pins, poppies and books.
Next on the tour was Vimy Ridge. The monument is visible from a great distance and although I had seen it on television, I was not prepared for its enormity. In a primarily flat landscape it seems to reach to the ...