Mercure Reims Parc des Expositions
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and mercenaries held the area in occupation. It was not until the 1660s, during the reign of Louis XIV, that the region saw enough peace to allow advances in sparkling wine production to take place.
Back in the car early on, and off to Epernay. By the time we got there, everything except restaurants were closed for lunch, so we found a pleasant place to eat lunch.
By the time we had finished, luckily our real reason for going was open - Esterlin. Our first ...
Moored up not far from the Norte-Dame Cathedral. It's where 25 kings were crowned. A sight to be hold! To see the Smiling Angel starring down on you with a shy expression! The other remarkable sight was the Mars gate and is the only ...
... size, most things were last year’s and I know that I shop best in the company of others.
However, we did find Wertheim! It sits on the confluence of the Tauber and Maine Rivers and at the time of our visit, the annual festival of music was in full swing. Another late night of German beer and dancing! Good fun, hopefully to be repeated next year. The parking area was across the river, so was reasonably quiet … the time the music actually stopped ...
... sediment to collect in the neck of the bottle. We saw all sizes of bottles from the size of a standard wine bottle to racks of the mammoth bottles that hold up to seven liters of champagne. That would require a very large party! We tasted champagne at Taittenger's tasting room but didn't purchase any. It was quite expensive, nearly $50 a bottle for the least expensive, but it was very good.
Because Reims was on the line ...