Mercure Reims Parc des Expositions
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... town came during the Hundred Years War. One piece of evidence of the collapse of the economy: the nave of the church is very short compared to the apse and transept. It was planned to be much longer (and, in fact, a cross in the square opposite the church marks the planned extent of the nave), but the town could no longer afford a big church (and no longer had the need for one), so construction was halted where it was. The rose window was destroyed by a much later fire and ...
... get our fav lunch ingredients - a baguette, olives and cheese, we then sit in a park and have brunch. After we wander down avenue de champagne the street that all the champagne houses are on, the first house on the street is of course non other than Möet, I almost cry it's so pretty I want to go inside. After I have my moment and we take some pictures we keep walking looking at all the large, old and very ...
... thankfully, they give us little space heaters for our rooms. The "kitchen" consists of a microwave and a refrigerator and we share the room with random adults who also rent rooms here (it makes no sense at all to me). But it is really cheap and there are three other assistants living here. The rooms are set up with two bedrooms, two closets off the main "hall," and a bathroom, which consists of ...
... still bears her name.
Barbe-Nicole Ponsardin, born 16 December 1777 in Reims,
was the daughter of a wealthy father, Ponce Jean Nicolas Philippe
Ponsardin (from 1813, Baron Ponsardin), a ...
... weapons and sections for the different allied armies. From the exhibit section you move into the lower level for the trench experience which gives an indoor simulation of the trenches with their different sections including an odd latrine diorama. From there you can step out to the outdoor trench system. Some of the portions of the trenches contain elements found in archeological digs.
The Passchendaele museum is well done in terms of presenting a ...