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... outside because the church is so large it creates the illusion of them being small. But they really are just massive. Here I took a picture of them with some tapestries (pic 2) cuz, you know, Indy would have wanted me to.
My dad mentioned the other day that with all these museums there must be a lot of jobs available even if it’s just to go around and dust everything. So I took a picture of one of the symbolic items covered in dust and spider ...
... hadn’t already figured out, I didn’t do much today. It’s All Saint’s Day here in France so everything except churches are closed. So I’m enjoying my private room and taking the time to see if I can’t make my schedule a little bit easier cuz this taking a train everyday thing is getting rough. However, I do see that in another two weeks I’ll be in Italy and things slow down around then.
I did go ...
... downpour. Yay!
We headed into town and had a nice picnic in a park of various charcuterie, cheese, and strange French beers/sodas which seemed to muster a fine set of French wasps. After a quick little jaunt along the river, we headed out of the city and towards the battlefields. Driving out of the city, you enter a kind of strange mix of country-side and woods. The country side isn’t well used for farming and frankly the woods seem ...
... Seine and into Paris. The region was in competition with Burgundy for the Flemish wine trade and tried to capitalize on Reims' location along the trade route from ...
... com/) first and took a tour of the chalk caves where they store millions of bottles of champagne as it ages. The caves were cool, about 50 degrees constant year round, and damp. You can put your hand on the chalk walls and feels the wetness. They initially create the wine in a modern facility and then bottle it and bring it to the caves for storage and aging. The bottles are stored tilted in wooden racks and turned regularly ...