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Embark on a visual tour through the two gastronomic and cultural hubs of Reims and Paris, France.
Brunch at the House of Ruinart, the first established House of Champagne, started in 1729.
Brasserie Le Jardin, one of the restaurants in Le Domaine Les Crayères, a luxury hotel complex located in a 17-acre park in the middle of Reims.
Interior courtyard of The Musée Carnavalet, the oldest museum in Paris, opening in 1880.
Lounging in Luxembourg Gardens.
The Eiffel Tower as seen from a residential street.
A flower shop in the 7th Arrondissement.
Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site and where French kings were historically coronated.
The front of The Musée Carnavalet.
The Louvre museum as seen from the Seine River.
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