Mercure Reims Parc des Expositions
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... Romans, Spanish and surprisingly the Russians, who obviously got lost? During WW1 it was occupied and looted by the Germans and 80% of the city was destroyed. Our 2nd Div saw major action near S-Q in 1918 when it captured a German stronghold. A Sergeant in the 21st Battalion won a VC during that action. Rebuilding of the city after WW1 was very slow and adversely affected its progress. Currently S-Q appears a little rundown ...
... he turns around 50,000 bottles a day, every day for 5-6 weeks! After that we got champagne testing but us kids got water! Unfair (boo no champagne for us!). . After that we hit the road again after checking the hurricanes score and the soccer World Cup scores. Mum also checked her emails and Facebook. We also had a funny toilet experience in Epernay where the toilet self cleaned after you left the cubicle. We left Epernay just after ...
Picked up hire car in middle of Paris, very daunting with all the traffic. Des was the driver and did fabulous job Heading for Reims, the champagne area of France . Lovely town centre with lots of cafés. Headed to epernay to do champagne caves tour with Moët and Chandon. Oh **** we have a flat tyre. Spent next hour trying to get help from ...
Guess what? We're still in France! This time heading to a totally different wine country, Champagne! Take the scenic route to Reims from Paris, driving through many medieval feeling towns and windy roads through all kinds of crops. Peas, corn, wheat, oats, rye, something we aren't sure what it is, LOTS of lettuce, sugar beets, barley, and some others we couldn't identify Eventually time to get to Reims for late ...
... for lunch. We weren’t sure what we were going to get as it just said “Traditional French lunch” when we booked the tour. We got out of the minivan and looked around and Truong took us into the nicest restaurant in the area. We walked in and it was really special. None of the waiters/waitresses spoke English, so Truong translated for us again. You had to be a bit adventuress to eat some of the menu items. For example, one of the items was an entrée of cake with ...
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