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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We had very, very tasty snails in the first course, then Paul had rabbit and I had lamb in the second course (also very tasty). Paul had a cheese plate, with a selection of sheep, goat, and cow cheeses. I had a dessert: bananas and chocolate in a filo dough purse. I thought it was good (not great), but Paul didn't like the plantain-style banana. We also had a bottle of excellent Beaujolais. Lovely meal, about three hours of good food and good company. Then back to the room for ...
... runs everything and I mainly read things and correct them from using improper (aka British) English.
I am living in an average sized town called Châlons-en-Champagne. It is the capital of the Champagne-Ardennes region and right by two cities with loads of champagne houses. It has about ten thousand more people than Delaware, so it's not too overwhelming or underwhelming. I really like it ...
... worries" and "she'll be right" s for good effect.
We grabbed the bikes and rode straight into town, which was a pleasant little 2km ride alongside the river La Marne, despite the wind and the few drops of rain, and soon found a nice little restaurant where we had some lunch...Treas was almost swooning over salmon cooked in champagne , with a glass, sorry, "coupe" of champagne to wash it down.
On the recommendation of my old mate Nev, who's been ...
... when buying meat and watch the butcher very carefully. French eat a lot of wine based meals; it's all a question of where it comes from. For example, this is very important when making your own pate. Fresh vegetable and fruit market is the heart of French cuisine. If you can't get it fresh, it won't taste nice. The French will never buy a tomatoe and wait three days for it to get ripe. This time of year is when the fresh fruit arrives from the different areas of ...
... of tunnels which make up Merciers underground cellars. Following that we headed back up to ground level, where we got to enjoy a glass of cuvee – Mmmm!! All too soon it was over, but we were hanging out for some lunch, and as the girls were yet to try snails, we set off to find a place selling escargot and champagne by the glass.
Most of the places we checked out were selling one or the other, but not both, but eventually we found a place. The escargot came in ...