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... but a sister car was fitted with the original furniture and was on display. No pictures were allowed in the museum.
After a McDonald's lunch (apparently nothing else was open on Sunday), we stopped at "The Little Red Schoolhouse." On May 7, 1945, Germany signed papers of surrender in this building. The news was made public on May 8. This was the first of several surrenders that happened ...
... and in the village a hairdressers, pharmacy and the standard Boulanger/Patisserie. Such a beautiful spot that we have not moved the boat at all. Monday morning in lovely sunshine we walked to a champagne house which is the property of the family of the "capitaine", who is the young man who manages the mooring and is in attendance from 6 pm to 8 pm each day. When asked which champagne house he recommended of course he said his family one is the best. We walked for about ...
... talented. It was his vision to be able to mass produce champagne of a high quality that was affordable for the majority.
In the late 1800's he had the idea to produce the largest ever wine barrel to display in the Paris world fair. It took 150 particular Hungarian oak trees and 20 years to make. Finally when it was completed it took 24 oxen, with 16 horses (for backup with the hills) and many days later before the barrel finally reached ...
... really noticed any on our previous walks along the road and thought that could be because we weren't looking. Not so.
Never did find a sign for either of the walking trails indicated for our road. Took a punt and headed off along a farm trail that was in the right general area. As we progressed, the trail became less obvious, and got rougher and muddier, with longer grass. Most attractive toadstools. The trail had deteriorated to the ...
... Sorted with the campsite, but it was still raining so put off putting the tent up and we headed off to get a tasting or two in - first stop was Hautvillers, a lovely little town that can claim to be the home of Champagne after Dom Perignon invented the method to manufacture - and now has a street named after him. After asking at the info centre about a little bar that I'd heard was great, we were unfortunately told it was closed on Mondays... Always our luck!We were recommended to ...