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We also hopped on bikes and rode of to find our champagne guy who we did not find the first time we went for a bike ride looking for him - M. Tristan. This time we arranged the meeting in advance. He turned out to be way farther away that we thought - back almost to the lock at Courcelles. It was a tough slog going but not bad coming back as mostly downhill for the return.
We met him at his ...
... champagne houses and also told to check out the church where Dom Perignon's tomb lies. A quick drive back up the road (still raining) and we jumped out and ducked into the beautiful little church! Quite a simple building overall, the interior was more beautiful to me for it's simplicity, lovely wooden features including some amazing carving. We then crossed the street to Gobillard et Fils, a quite hidden little champagne house, but one of the ones recommended. Inside we found a ...
... and in the petite garden sculptures mostly of naked women!!
The Porte Sainte-Croix dated 1769 was dedicated to Marie-Antoinette and almost felt like you were in Paris!.
Cant wait to get on with our voyage!!
... Revolution. King Frederick William II of Prussia had the support of Great Britain and the Austrian Empire to send the Duke of Brunswick
towards Paris with a large army. Brunswick's allied invasion force of
... After a disappointingly short time in Ay, we headed to Sillery to meet with our next hosts, the Brass Band de Champagne. Our afternoon began with lunch in the park, with more champagne! Another local house supplied bottles and bottles of it to go with our lunch. Lunch itself was a delicious spread of cold meats and salads followed by mousse and fruit salad - just like home!
The afternoon's concert was part of the ...