Prim Hotel Reims

Address: 18 Rue Rayet-Lienard, Witry-les-Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, 51420 , France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 18 Rue Rayet-Lienard, Witry-les-Reims, is near Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Reims, Palais du Tau, Museum of the Surrender (Salle de Reddition), and Musee des Beaux-Arts.
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Travel Blogs from Witry-les-Reims

Performance is relative

A travel blog entry by luclimere on Jul 30, 2015

... to pull of 2700km. On average 45km/day. Together with a Belgian couple, we did about 28Km. At 5pm we celebrated our accomplishment with a beer before Gregory said goodbye to proceed to do another 25km. What a courageous man! In the evening we were spoiled in a B&B by Justine. And her parents. It was a good day, although my body will have to recover tonight. According Justine's father My body will need another 12 days to get completely adjusted. By that time, I'll be back ...

One Direction

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jul 27, 2015

5 comments

... family restaurant, where we are the family. In fact it's not a bit like that at all. It's exactly like that. It's congruent with that. Slow cooked beef? How slow sir? Lasagne filling seasoned on three separate occasions? No trouble at all sir. Not to mention being plied with more alcohol than we deserve. Somehow we managed to fit in three watchable films too (two with the kids, one most definitely without the kids as it was about ...

Soissons - another WWI town

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on May 22, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... was severely bombarded in WWI, as the French and the Germans fought back and forth over it, and sometimes through it. The cathedral was so badly damaged that it was essentially rebuilt from the ground up in the 1930’s. Some of the stone is new, some is old The old stone has pock marks from bullets and bomb shards. Most of the original statuary is gone, and only some of the stained glass has been replaced, so it has the form and scale of a ...

Winter home port, here we are

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Sep 22, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... br>

I will post at least once more before we leave - Oct 14 - to come home, but there won’t be much to chat about probably. Just lots of scraping and painting and putting away and minor repairs and such like. I have made copious lists (don’t I always!) and we will either be in a constant panic of timing running out to get it all done - or we will be sitting around twiddling our thumbs in boredom with a week to go - can’t tell ...

First night of wild camping!

A travel blog entry by lanceandkyle on Apr 24, 2014

6 photos

... this feeling. A good time to ponder an era when it was facism we united against regardless of our religion.

Moving on from the war graves, driving past countless mustard fields (Dijon I presume!) we happened upon what looked like the ruins of a roman viaduct. On closer inspection we realised it was in fact a Victorian folly (although I don’t suppose the French refer to it in the British monarchy era’s). I’d like to say it ...