Novotel Reims Tinqueux
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... family connection. But as she (and Greg) have British ancestors there's no doubt that a relative or two would have been involved. This war touched every family in the UK. S-Q was founded by the Romans, those darn Romans again, in the period 19BC - 14AD during Augustus' reign. It was named after S-Q who was martyred there in the third century. Subsequently it was been fought over and conquered by all sorts of countries, French, (it ...
... us it was named after the son of the original owner Mr Moët and his son-in-law Mr Chandon. They have been making champagne since the late 1700s. They make the champagne using three grape varieties - C******nay, Meunier and Pinot Noir. They had a lot of champagne all stacked up - some of the stacks had over 24,000 bottles!they told us that at the end of the making process one guy has to turn all the bottles to get rid of the ...
... While not as large as Notre Dame in Paris, this is a magnificent example of Gothic architecture. The soaring arches inside the cathedral are magnificent. The ceiling soars 125 feet into the air and it just takes the breath away. The cathedral aisles were arched and adorned with intricate stained glass windows. The cathedral was heavily damaged during WW II, but restoration work has been ongoing since. In fact, the front ...
... on big roads again, so not too hard. We were getting better at following the navigator and turning the wrong way on roundabouts.
The village of Hautvillerswas lovely - small but picturesque on the hill overlooking Reims. It was the home of Dom Perignon, one of the original champagne makers and his tomb was in the local Abbey. He had worked with the Catholic Church to maintain the vines originally planted in this area by ...
... and then the office of tourism who were good and able to help. We had 30 minutes to get to a Tyler repair place or else we were stuck until Monday in Epernay, a lovely town but it had no available accommodation. The guy said we needed two new tyres because they had to be the same on each side and he didn't have any the same as the good one on the back. ...
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