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Woke up to a bfast of croissants and breads which we hardly ate but could not believe ! The parents helped us to plan our day and we set off to find a wine tasting. We were lucky to find one at midday which let us come in and try some Lovely wines We only bought two ...
... were amazing and greeted us with drinks and TOO much food. Foi Grais, pate, breads, hommus, entree of zucchini terrine and soup then a main of slow roasted duck with potatoes and then CHEESE and THEN a cherry pudding. After 12 or so wines and food and great company we went to sleep well and ready for a big day ...
... though because on the way back home Ellie and I stopped at a Kebab place and ate a lot (Kebabs are huge). Once I got home I relaxed and Skyped Danny (since today we've been dating for 12 months) and played cards with Katy and Nicole before going to bed.
It has been an eventful week. I know you probably won't read all of this but its the short recap of my week for those who want to know :)
I hope you enjoy the pictures and I'll try to write another post after classes start up. Take ...
... I had Rick Steves France guide book downloaded on my iphone kindle app., and this was excellent to have with me to get oriented and to see what is what. He has walking directions there of Vieux Lyon, Presqu’ile and Fourvier Hill. So I crossed Place Bellecour and walked over to the Bonaparte Bridge, which is very central to everything and leads directly across the river to the funicular for the ride to Fourvier Hill. Instead of taking the funicular, I ...
... situated at 5 Place Saint Paul, Vieux Lyon. The entire hotel is decorated like an old school and if you pay extra you can be spanked by a teacher.
On entering the reception, the walls are filled with antique books, old brown leather chairs and blackboards. The conference room and dining room are lined with rows of wooden tables making them look like a 1950's classroom. The receptionist, a matronly woman in her 60's with a hairstyle of a ponytail pulled back in ...