Hotel Thillois

17 Rue De Thillois, Reims, 51100, France
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Travel Tips for Reims

The entrance

by MEdelmann


This is the place where you may enter the cathedral. The gate is also so richly decrated with gothic ornaments telling stories about things which happened long time ago .....

Just feel free to click on the picture to see all the amazing details of this wonderful gate.

In the area around Reims...

by Nantosvelta

In the area around Reims there are many of such cemetaries commemmorating the soldiers that died during the First World War.
I always find those places very impressive.

I wrote the following poem based on “In Flanders Fields” by John Mc Crae and “Futility” by Wilfred Owen:

In English towns

In English towns, church bells ring
Because of Armistice, the people sing
to celebrate the end of war.
There’s a soldier at the Owens’ door
About their son he has news to bring

Only seven days ago this morning
He was killed by German firing
Such grief was never felt before
In English towns

He was on the continent teaching
Enraged by watching the young boys suffering
Became an officer and joined the war.
Of Futility - he shall write no more
He shall not sing, though church bells ring
In English towns

Jiske Erlings - March 2004

Mumm Champagne Tour

by Erin74

When you're in Reims, you'll want to take a tour of one of the many champagne houses in the area. I highly recommend the tour at Mumm, one of the best champagne-makers in the region.

Founded in 1827, Mumm now owns some of the best champagne grape real estate in the Champagne Ardenne region. As they explain in their tour, the local soil is graded (highest grade = best soil for grapes) and they own a large chunk of the best soil in the area.

The tour begins in the elegant Mumm lobby and visitors first see a video showing how champagne is made. Then, a guide leads you into a labyrinth of tunnels and storage cellars made of chilly limestone and refrigerated further best store the champagne (bring a sweater!). There is an inventory of almost 25,000,000 bottles here, and you'll see endless tunnels of storage as you continue on the tour. At the end, you'll walk through a small museum that exhibits champagne-making tools from throughout the ages. Then, you'll go into the tasting room and sample a glass or two of Mumm champagne.

If you are traveling with anyone who is disabled or has trouble with lots of stairs, Mumm is probably the best champagne tour to take. They have elevators that disabled visitors can take for most of the tour (although there's still one flight that must be walked).

There are several different kinds of tours you can take. They range in price. Ours was 15 euro per person. You might also want to make a reservation, especially if you're traveling with a group. Mumm is very popular and books up rapidly.

Salle de Reddition (Surrender Museum)

by dimilag

Surrender Museum is the place in which was Eisenhower's headquarters from February to May 1945. The map room is where the surrender of the German troops took place on 7th May 1945. The room has been left exactly as it was, with the chairs and tables where Eisenhower and General Jodl sat and signed the surrender. It is situated bihind the Train station.

Mumm Champagne House

by aliante1981

Mumm champagne house was established in 1827. I visited a guided tour there, which began with a video showing how champagne is made. Then we went into an in-house museum that exhibits casks and the ancient role of the vintner. We then spent some time wandering in a labyrinth of tunnels and storage cellars that were dug into the chalky bedrock of Reims, and which contain a vast inventory of almost – we were told – 25,000,000 bottles of slowly fermenting champagne. Can you imagine this, folks? 25 million bottles! You also try some champagne. The cost is 5 Euros per person, though free for those under 16 years old. But they aren’t really as interested in champagne as we, adults, are. Right?

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