AppartHotel Champ de Mars
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... send to her Czech boyfriend. I guess he’s trying to learn French too and the phonetic pronunciations in the book are really wrong to her. I explained that the same letters can have a different sound in English. I also explained that that is also why I have problems trying to look up anything that people say to me because what I hear is not how things are spelled.
I admit, it’s nice to have roommates again. As long as I get the bottom bunk ...
... today she said she'd never been there as it's hard to book... So I think I was just a lucky last single squeezing in- they only have 10 on the tour and I think they like to think they're rather exclusive!
I learnt a LOT about champagne. Not only do the grapes grow here but the local chalk pits (which had been excavated for centuries for building stone) supplied the perfect space for cellaring the champagne while it ...
... from the 3rd century Gallo-Roman city of Durocortorum, several times. Isolated in the middle of a multi- laned road, there was nowhere convenient to stop, so compromised with the drive-by photo. Very slow traffic.
Veuve Clicquot, a challenging premises for car access.
An english speaking guide took us through to the crayeres, large igloo shaped limestone pits that had been dug by the romans who removed ...
... first visited the cathedral in Reims which had Emily’s favorite artist, Marc Chagall’s stained glass behind the altar. The cathedral sustained horrible damage during the wars but still did everything it could to restore its magnificence. They had a display of photos of before and after the war and discussed how when after the Germans realized they were going to have to retreat, they decided to burn the cathedral. We later saw ...
... and Burgundy were deeply concerned
with the "healthiness" reputation of their wines, even to the extent of
paying medical students to write theses touting the health benefit of their wines.
These theses were then ...