Stars Reims Hotel
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- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... outside because the church is so large it creates the illusion of them being small. But they really are just massive. Here I took a picture of them with some tapestries (pic 2) cuz, you know, Indy would have wanted me to.
My dad mentioned the other day that with all these museums there must be a lot of jobs available even if it’s just to go around and dust everything. So I took a picture of one of the symbolic items covered in dust and spider ...
... in Berkeley, a couple years before I met Stan. When I first learned drive Encore he was the person I kept explaining to in my head how one is supposed to do this thing. We were really delighted to have him and his partner Ed on board. We ate and touristed a bit in Reims. After the crowds of Paris they were really pleased with how uncrowded and unhurried Reims is, and amazed and delighted that you can just walk in the cathedral here. No lines, no waiting, and the day we were in ...
... back to the GI camp in the Parc du Champagne.
And the only band was a small group dressed like Scots, with bagpipes and a Shetland pony!
Unfortunately, I don’t have any photos of the final act of the day. I guess I could have tried to take some, but it was dark and we weren’t real close and I was so mesmerized I just didn’t want anything in between me and the visuals.
... still vacances. She poured up some icy cold rose that was very good even though rose is not a favorite of ours.
She and her husband make the champagne but she said - again this was all in French - that they would be retiring soon. Their daughter owns the vines. I expect that may have been done for tax purposes. We discussed that the summer had been unusually wet and cool and she allowed as how it may not be so good for ...
... is astounding. This would have to be one of the cleanest work places I have ever seen. Pity the champagne was poor to our taste, you become a little discerning after a while with ones french fizz. Next on the agenda was a visit to the house of Mercier. Mr Mercier was well before his time, reminds me of Mr Selfridge of the London department store Selfridge & Co. He was one of the first to market a product and himself, hot air balloons, advertising on trains and the first to ...