Auberge Du Paradis
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... northern section of the city - a lake with ducks, geese and guinea fowls abound.
I loved the local market at the top of the second hill in Lyon - where rockmelons are as orange as the brightest orange I am tempted to wear and the ripe flavours permeate the air around them.
walks though the narrow Renaissance streets and the hidden tunnels that allow you to walk unseen from one street though to the next. hidden courtyards, ancient balconies, winding ...
We arrived in Lyon late in the evening after such a beautiful drive that day through the Provence region of France. We were both tired and looking for a cheap and easy dinner. The hotelier put us onto a great little pizza restaurant just around the corner. Each day they source the produce from the local farmers markets to top the scrumptious pizzas, the waiter had recently just had a year in Australia working so had lots of stories to tell ...
Arrived Lyon and spent 4 days. It's hot!, Funny little tram from the airport to Lyon, then to hotel. Caught tram/bus thingy -trust the French, could Not buy a ticket from point A to point B -had to buy a ticket for a time period i.e. 1 hr or 2 hrs - how long does it take to go to the art museum?? what happens if the time expires half way there?? That explains the discarded bodies along the track, people tickets ...
... n her travel back from Lyon. There was also a I etymon couple staying but they were staying outside the castle in their own area. The kids started to explore, loved the two puppies, we went for a wonder then had a chat about dinner, we had to go to the local for dinner. When we got there, the chick was wearing slippers, smoking inside and were entertaining guests, it seemed like an imposition at the start. I made a point ...
So this week we finally started actual cooking. This week was all about meat.
Chicken - The week started with chicken. The first step was to break down the chicken, including cutting off the head (they were dead, but it was still weird having their heads attached, apparently this is how it is done in France). Even stranger was for the Bresse chicken (Premium chicken, one chicken per 10 m2 and feed corn), was that they also had the feet attached.