Mercure Reims Parc des Expositions
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We started our day at Chessy. Before leaving for Epernay, we went to the Patisserie and we bought 2 eclairs: 1 chocolate and 1 lemon. They were yummy - tres Bon! On the way to Epernay, we saw lots of woods and farms and Jon saw a wind farm. When we got to Epernay, we walked up to the Avenue de Champagne. We saw lots of famous champagne houses including Moët, Perrier Jouet and Pol Roger. We then visited the ...
... enjoying a restful evening in the Epernay Municipal camp ground by the river. I don't mean to rub it in but the weather has been suburb so far. Warm and sunny during the days and cool at night. Cheers. Nicola's lowlight - taxi strike Nicola's highlight - Chateau Fontainbleau Phillip's lowlight - taxi strike Phillip's highlight - the look on Nicola's face when she realised she had to catch the train with her bike bag after so carefully planning the bus shuttle ...
... back through the town to our car.
From Provins, we had an easy drive to Reims. The sun can out during our drive – hurray! On the way, we drove through the town of Epernay, which has some of the most expensive real estate in the world, along the Avenue de Champagne. Of course, we drove along the avenue, admiring the chateau of all the famous champagne makers.
We found our hotel (a 19th century champagne chateau) and checked in around 2pm. After ...
... the war. We toured the structure seeing
the facilities and turrets as well as the damage done throughout the fighting. It seemed that whomever actually was in control of the facility was doomed to have some sort of horrible accident happen inside with many people dying in accidental explosions or collapses. Interesting to see how what was a prized fort for the French Army had changed into an odd cave (complete with stalactites ...
... and Burgundy were deeply concerned
with the "healthiness" reputation of their wines, even to the extent of
paying medical students to write theses touting the health benefit of their wines.
These theses were then ...