Suite Novotel Reims Centre
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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So one of the places I wanted to go on my first day in Reims was the Palais du Tau which is museum attached to the Notre Dame where all the Kings of France were crowned. I was really excited to go cuz I thought they'd have some really neat stuff. Unfortunately, it was closed since it was All Saint’s Day. So, I got up early this morning and went to see it out before I had to check out of the hotel.
I’ve been ...
... to my final village 'Germaine'. Although we had a nice chat. But ... there is no space to sleep in Germaine. The villagers are not so keen anymore to host pelgrims, given the numbers that cross their village. And the contacts I had don't respond or are booked. I'm forced to take the train to the next big city Épernay. With some help from local helpful citizens and patience, I find a bed in the local pastory. My first glass of Champagne is well deserved. A votre santée. ...
... vats,and the bottling, riddling and labelling machines. We walk through the cellars and see the evolution of riddling as well as their collection of reserve wines, I couldn't see any bottles marked 1992 so obviously I was not born on a good grape year. Next we try to visit another house that is shaped like a castle but for some reason it's closed and we can't do a tour so we decide we should probably head back to the ...
Madame Clicquot, nÃ©e Ponsardin, Widow Clicquot or Veuve Clicquot (16 December 1777 – 29 July 1866), known as the "Grand Dame of Champagne",
was a ...
Another day of driving as we stopped at World War I sites enroute to Reims. I was glad to leave Belgium because it felt so damp there and I missed the sun.
The first stop was Passchendaele. There is a very interesting museum on the site with both interactive and traditional displays. The museum was very extremely quiet when we arrived so we had a good chance to see things and try out the weird displays like the 'smell the gases' one. There were also various ...