Mercure Reims Centre Cathedrale
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We started the day (after a quick breakfast in our room) by walking around the Medieval town of Provins. Being as UNESCO Heritage site, most of the old town was much more 14th Century, instead of the most common 18th and mid-19th Centuries. The town had been host to one of the largest seasonal markets (fairs) in northern France until the mid-14th century, when the fair was overtaken by those of Paris and Lyon. The final blows to the economy ...
We catch an early train the Epernay the heart of the champagne region, it's surrounded by vineyards and most of the champagne houses have their production factories here. Not realising that it's autumn and were in northern France I didn't bring a jumper with me so we spent the morning looking around the shops for something warm for me. Eventually I buy a skivvy, I guess I still didn't get the picture. Next we go to he ...
... t believe the stereotype about French people, they're all extremely nice, welcoming, and willing to help me.
I am living at the internat, aka a dorm-ish boarding place, of a different high school in the town. It kind of sucks. The internet turns off after 11 pm Sunday - Thursday thanks to a proxy setting for the students. They turn the heat off on weekends and vacations because they're "an ...
... who took on her husband's wine business when
widowed at 27. Under her ownership, and her skill with wine, the
company developed early champagne using a novel technique. The brand and
company of Veuve ...
... but still no reception desk! Out another door, we came to the production area with people going about their work, seemingly oblivious to the two strangers wandering around.
We thought we must have overshot the cellar door so went back inside, poking our noses here and there to no avail. Eventually, a very sophisticated lady came out and asked if she could help us. When we asked where the cellar door was, she simply replied “I’m sorry, ...