Mercure Reims Centre Cathedrale
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... 18 horses to move it. After that we visited De Castellane winery and we climbed to the top of the tower there - 207 steps! Ben thought the view was excellent and Jon thought he could see our house! Next we walked down to the town to have dinner and ate a delicious burger. Ben and Jon then went to the chocolatier and got puppy shaped chocolates on sticks to eat. They liked them so much they wanted to get another ...
... the annual subscription, so the cost to us for each visit is nothing. A great arrangement and their is a directory covering the whole of France. Today we headed into Epernay and enjoyed a wander around some local markets before partaking in a tour of a Champagne house called Mercier. It involved catching a lift 30 metres underground and then being conveyed on a train around a labyrinth of tunnels where the Mercier bubbles are all produced. Another enjoyable day. This evening ...
... We entered the church, which was pretty, but did not linger.
The ramparts are still in good condition (or at least repaired condition), although we found it very irritating that the prime corner, in the best repair, was closed off and inaccessible unless you bought tickets for the Raptor Show (falconry, as far as we can tell), which only happens during prime tourist season. We could have walked below the wall, but the wall itself was closed off. So we left the wall ...
... stones listing the names of people lost and
plaques from the major cities where they were from throughout the building. Under the building they have windows in so people can see the bones of countless soldiers all lying
together. A very sobering site to help understand the magnitude of the battle of attrition.We then headed to the Fort de Duoumont which was a large French fort / bunker built before the war that switched hands a few ...
... students, football and beer to the English or even rugby to the Kiwi's!!! After a few croissants we headed to the nearby city of Reims. We parked up and strolled the city wandering past the Cathedral Notre Dame and G H Mumm Champagne HQ. After another sneaky lunchtime baguette and cafe (coffee) we headed back to Epernay and locked in a tour of the Moët and Chandon Champagne Cellars. To be ...