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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... I've seen a few people running and riding bikes, but not as many as in Melbourne. Maybe they all hide away in gyms. I wonder if perhaps they all worry a lot. They don't seem to. Most of them look very relaxed. I don't want to think too much about other possible reasons because most of the ones I can think of involve either chronic diseases or eating disorders. Maybe I should just ask a French person. I wonder if they'll tell me. Maybe it's a big French ...
... respite from the clamour of Old Lyon and the tourist area of Fourviere Hill. The oldest section was closed off, but we still saw some tombs dating back to early 1800s. One family tomb had 9 members interred dating from 1805, the most recent 2005, imagine being able to keep the family together like this for eternity! Wouldn't happen in NZ. We left the cemetery looking for somewhere to sit and have our picnic. The street sign pointed to an ancient ...
... bisque sauce, dessert was pannacotta. All washed down with French wine.
Bill had lemon chicken (French style and non Asian) and apple tart and Martin tried salad and tripe sausage. (Typical Lyon cuisine )
The men had red wine and I had white. The chef was an elderly man who had been cooking in this place for 12 years and he didnt mind me photographing his smiling face as he tossed up his fine cuisine !!!
... a pretty impressive torrent, and seems to be in some sort of flood, judging by the half-submerged tractor and excavator parked on the submerged river-side walk-way... Treas had targeted the Palais des Arts, so I thought I'd sit outside and have fun sending more emails in French trying to source a mirror, while she was distracted inside. Jeez I'm a selfish *******... Apparently it was pretty good and is supposed to be the second best gallery in France after ...