Mercure Reims Centre Cathedrale
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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 ...
... the king and the court. Believe whichever story you like!)
These days the vineyards around the village of Hautvillers are still know as 'his' vineyards and the champagne made from these grapes mention this in the label; however Moët and Chandon bought the majority of the vineyards in the 1920s and the rights to the name 'Dom Perignon'. The other producers that still use 'his' vineyards get around this however by showing a picture of him, not his name, on the label. ...
... leaving the cathedral, we took a walking tour of the streets. The Christmas Market was in full swing, so we had a small pretzel each … and a glass of hot wine, which was very much appreciated in the cold weather (particularly because of the breeze, today was a lot colder than previously). Other sites in the town include a 3rd Century Roman triumphal arch, which we walked through.
We then returned to the hotel to rest before our big dinner tonight at ...
... darkened glass frontage and, unlike other places nearby, nobody was eating au terrasse. Once inside, though, we were in a very attractive large and busy restaurant. We both had the Menu La Paix; six large oysters each followed by confit of duck in a fluffy mash with a green side salad, a glass of C******nay for D and a 25cl beer for me. The inclusive price was 19€ each, which we felt was good value. Wifi was available so I updated my apps and 'published' my blog as far as ...
... br> Since we left Meursault on Tuesday morning, we have been to Christmas markets in Mulhouse (France), Freiburg (Germany) and here in Reims (back to France). For our money (both literally and figuratively), Freiburg has the other two beat by a mile (or 1.6 kilometers). But Reims is a beautiful city with a fantastic cathedral. We got to Reims a little later than we expected yesterday, because President Sarkozy was on the road.