Campanile Hotel Reims
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Day 10 was fun We got up and got ready to go to Paris, we got in the car and drove to Paris, the drive was fun because the landscape was beautiful. We got morning tea at the bp on the motor way and I had I cheese, ham, tomato and bread and it was yum. We got to Paris and went to our hotel and put a bags in the bags room because our rooms weren't done so we went off and gave back the "found ...
First up today we went for a walk to the HUGE cathedral in Reims which was amazing. Later we drove to Epernay where they have the huge wine cellars/ caves. There were 25, million bottles in that one champagne house. In each 15 metre cellar there were approximately 60, thousand bottles. The entire cellar was ...
Today we set off exploring Champagne. We started off in Reims sightseeing and doind a spot of shopping before heading to Pommery. Lots of the public caves are closed for Christmas so even though Dave and I had done the tour last time we were here we decided that would be a good one for the kids. Surprisingly they were really ...
... makes me cringe since i pay a copyeditor a lot of money to make sure i have no passive voice in my papers. but here i am explaining to haven, "change the tunisians won the match" to "the match was won by the tunisians."
haven did go out with a friend on friday night to a thing called "clockitricity." from what i could tell it sounded like a techno-festival. she was out late and learned a ...
... at Mumm in the afternoon. Unfortunately it was the same story – no overpriced tour, no tasting, so we left champagne-less and headed back into town to enjoy the last of the day at a wine bar, with a glass of who-knows-what brand of champagne in hand – but gosh it was good!
With a taste for the proper stuff cemented in our minds, we set of back to Larz to enjoy a bottle of 3 Euro white with dinner – far more like ...
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