AlpCap Hôtel Lyon Eurexpo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... wardrobe, of course after I see all the family. I had a good chat to mum on the phone this morning about everything that is happening at home and from all reports there is a lot happening and a lot of decisions to be made. We ended up leaving the apartment late morning and headed to Part-Dieu which is the main shopping arcade in Lyon. We thought that Primark opening today wouldn't be as hectic as what it was. They had set barriers for people to line up in to get into ...
... cygnets and their graceful mother as they glided along the canal.
Making up for the day in the car [although we had managed 3km around the towns], we bravely walked 2.5km to a bouchon for the night. A meal of duck breast and tarragon / orange sauce, red mullets and some rice / calamari log, as well as the two rolled slices of calf head went well with muchly appreciated cold beverages. Needless to say, we provided the taxi service with work for the way ...
Today was an early day. We had to meet in the hotel lobby at 7:25. The breakfast was the usual croissants and yogurt. They were pretty good though. We then got on a bus for a full day excursion to the Burgundy region.
We arrived in Beaune around 9:30 after a lovely drive through the French countryside. This little village is just beautiful. The architecture is exactly what I would expect to see in a little French village.
Our first stop was ...
... and a
creamy sauce and for dessert it was a chocolate cake (that was more of a
mousse) with red berries. It was sooo good! Probably the best meal we ate on
our whole trip. Yes, we went to a few other sit down restaurants, but we weren’t
ever with somebody that could tell us what the unknown things were on the menu,
nor were we with somebody that could give us suggestions of what was really
good or not so good (in their opinion of course). ...