Le Cheval Blanc
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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 ...
... Galway is on the south west Irish coast, with a river running through it, out to Galway Bay. There is a big port and a large marina for motor cruisers and some sail boats. There is a huge public park along the water way. You can walk out along the shore of the river to where it meets the bay, and then along the shore of the bay, through green green fields, with dramatic clouds overhead, and looking out across the water to the islands that dot ...
... peace never ends.
Then there is a bit about Reims as the city of peace and the shepherd of peace and some more amazing lights and then that is it. Wow. I haven’t been to any rock concerts in a long time so I guess sound and light shows have come a long way baby…. but if this is typical of the modern age, I want to go find more! It was a great ending to a great day, and one we felt honored to share with the citoyens of Reims.
... and boy, was he a character...he gave us a welcome beer, then invited us in for wine or scotch or whatever, but we managed to distract him by getting him to show us how the very complicated keys worked. After stocking up on groceries in nearby Sezanne, we later went back for the proffered whisky, followed by Pisco (turns out he was Chilean!), and a very interesting visit with Gorges and his wife, Sabine. ...
... Dom caves. It was such an interesting experience and one we won't forget.
After Moet, we started along another Champagne Route and after seeing the Moët vines, stopped at a lookout overlooking Epernay and Hautvillers (where Dom Perignon first made champagne) to have our late picnic lunch. It had been raining but the sun came out just as we arrived at this picturesque spot :)
We leave Reims tomorrow for Beaune in Burgundy.