Appart'hotel Palais des Congress
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... the window at a beautiful city skyline. The place I’m staying used to be a giant hotel that was converted into a hostel. It’s far enough out of the way of anything and everything that it’s kind of annoying. I was forced to eat in their cafeteria tonight which was pretty boring food (something I never thought I’d have in France). Tomorrow I’m going to have to take a bus. Blech!!
I did have a chance, though, to talk to one of ...
... on a train when arriving in a city like Paris but because we were travelling with our bikes I had carefully organised our arrival. So after meeting up with our shuttle driver we were informed that he couldn't leave the airport with us in his van without his van being damaged. Mmmmm. So we headed for the very busy CDG Airport train. Three train rides, about 8 kms walking and some four hours later we arrived at our hotel. As a result I think our arms were a couple of ...
... knowing they will return :)
By now it was 12.30 and as usual the vast majority of shops, including the champagne houses were closed until 2pm. So we wandered down to the shopping area, first stopping at the tourist information centre where finally I chose a Champagne memento and bought a padded champagne bottler holder that you can pre freeze to keep the bottle cold. Sounds boring but I had actually been wanting one and it looks nice. ...
The mornings are dark, too dark to bounce out of bed when the alarm first rings. Cant wait till the clocks change on Saturday.
Did go for an early (ish) walk through the vinyards. There was a heavy fog, so the remaining grapes were well protected from any chance of frostbite. While the village was still coming to life, activity in the fields was well under ...
... on a tour with a guid who spoke french and a french lady who was behind the counter. After a quick chat to her (in french) it seemed that we could have a taste, but she wasn't the most forthcoming with any information or discussion.... The first glass was nice, but not really our choice in style and so after a while we asked her to try the Demi-Brut, which I expected to be a little more sweeter - although we were told it wasn't available for tasting... The next ended up being the ...