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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... belt way) in lunch hour traffic and caught the autoroute for Reims.
Less than 2 hours later we pulled into Sillery, parked, walked up to the boat and went - uh oh!! Also Mon Dieu! and *****! One half of the roof was missing.
There had been a very big wind storm across England and the Channel and northern Europe on the 30th and 31st. One of its casualties was half of our roof. We eventually figured out that the bolts may not have been ...
... for a while ( oh dear, how sad, never mind......) We also made a quick visit to the building where the Unconditional Surrender by the Germans was signed marking the end of WW2. The room has been left intact, with many of the strategic maps and dispatches left on the walls. The rest of our time was spent strolling arm in arm through the wide and airy streets, ducking into the occasional boutique or boulangerie and just relaxing as you should when in ...
... saw a much smaller scale champagne cave, a wooden grape press and the final labeling process take place. We also got a taste there (that makes 7 glasses, if you're wondering) of Louis par Laure. Louis was the original winemaker and has since passed the winery down to his granddaughter Laure, who now runs it with her husband. Céline dropped us back in Épernay, near the train station, where we stopped for a coffee/Diet Coke. 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 ...
... interesting to do a champgane tour after all these years of wine tours. We heard about the fathers of Moet and Chandon (pronounced sort of like 'mwet' than mo-aye' which i had assumed all this time), then watched a short movie about Moet narrated by Scarlet Johanson... It was awful! All just video of rich people drinking said 'nectar', dramatic panning across the vineyards and lots of, well, Scarlet Johansen. I am convinced at this point that she bathes in the stuff after ...