Campanile Hotel Reims
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... She was eager to practice her English, the type of person I’ve only read about in guidebooks. She’s very nice and we talked about the French language and how she is in Dijon learning how to do massage therapy for older folks. She’s a nurse so with my brother studying to be a nurse there was some common ground there. It was really nice to just talk to someone again! She took a look at the small French phrasebook I have and took a ...
And I'm sitting in a wine bar drinking a glass of vintage Tattinger as we speak accompanied by a cheese with truffle.... (That is the champagne is accompanied by the cheese with truffle. Not me).
I booked last week for a tour and tasting at Ruinart, who pride themselves on being the oldest of the champagne houses (they say they have their ledgers back to 1729 which uphold the claim). When the owner of my hotel asked where I ...
... to the original, the cathedral is adorned with a multitude of spires, bulustrades with pinnacles, statues, towers and gargoyles. The door portals, within and without, are surrounded by multitudes of sculptured figures.
Outside the cathedral is a statue of Joan of Arc, who fought to have the Dauphin Charles crowned king at the Cathedral in 1429.
We'd driven past the Mars Gates, the only ...
... and I’m trying to figure out how to say blah). It happens one time every trip and we never know when it will be. Anyhow, totally fun dinner with some nicely cooked lentils (with bacon and poached egg),chicken, cheese, cake, and mystery hard liquor. And did I mentioned the copious amounts of champagne and wine served with the meal? Needless to say, it was a
great night! In the morning we enjoyed a nice breakfast and headed into ...
... only Burgundy wine must be served at the royal table.
This development had a ripple effect throughout both regions and in
the Paris markets. ...