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So one of the places I wanted to go on my first day in Reims was the Palais du Tau which is museum attached to the Notre Dame where all the Kings of France were crowned. I was really excited to go cuz I thought they'd have some really neat stuff. Unfortunately, it was closed since it was All Saint’s Day. So, I got up early this morning and went to see it out before I had to check out of the hotel.
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... land on the other side and a flattish island at the end. The driving was just a bit hair raising, yours truly not liking driving along the edges of things with a likelihood of falling off the edges of things. Reality doesn't necessarily determine my feelings in those situations. Still, it was drop dead gorgeous, with rocks and hills and some amazing bright orange flowers that I could never get a good photo of, and heather of several colors, ...
Well, the sun (if it were shining) would be over the yard arm (if we actually had a yard arm), so I think a glass of white wine is a good partner for blogging.
France has had a dominating cold, rainy, windy weather pattern for the last 10 days. Wish I could send the rain off to California. Last week the temperatures were in the 50’s and our little electric space heaters were working over time, since one of the 2 big not working projects is still ...
... were trained...imagine, a high school that focuses on wine-making! We hoped for a tour of the school, but the girl working at Sanger Cellars, where they market the champagnes made by the students, was on her own that day so it was "not possible". Instead, we sampled the products and bought a bottle of their Generosite Noir, which was lovely. (By the way, champagne is quite pricey over here, not the ...
The boys were very excited when Dave told them that Mulhouse was the home of Cite' de l'Automobile, the largest car collection in the world. 25,000 sqm with over 400 cars, including it's own racetrack. With cars from 1878 to today they were in motoring heaven. After seeing the Bugatti Veyron they didn't care that the Red Bull Museum was closed! I must admit, even I was impressed. Dad would have been there for days and days. We have just arrived in Reims and I am thirsty for some ...