BEST WESTERN Hotel Plaisance - Villefranche-sur-Saone
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... all creat a city that needs more than 3 days to discover.
The view from our apartment is of the roof tops over the Old Town - terracotta tiles, turrets, unexpected door ways, chimneys - all add to the ambiance. See the photo attached.
tomorrow we are off to Rome airport and then its port where we will spend one night before embarking upon our 10 night cruise. so a new adventure awaits.
Love from Evelyn/Lyn/Evie and ...
Such a lovely morning that we delay setting off and have a potter around Besancon. It is a really charming town and we will definitely come back again. We do discuss idea of staying for a week now but in the end decide to continue south to be sure of hotter weather. South to Lyon, another Mercure chain ...
We are leaving Chateau de Taney,St Didier sur Saone,it is such a lovely place...very luxurious and comfortable. Had a great breakfast in the old kitchen at a communal table with guests from England,China, Poland. Breakfast consisted of several kinds of bread...granary,dark rye and baguette plus croissants, pain au chocolate strong Cafe au Lait and OJ. Very nice presentation. Madame et Monsieur were very helpful and suggested we explore Lyon and the textile section of ...
... Then they reopen around happy hour but just for drinks! If you want an evening meal, you need to wait till at least 7 pm. Not quite Spanish mealtime, but when trying to fit in the evening meal during a train change between 4 and 6 pm it was awkward.
So I made do, and eventually got back to my hotel in Nimes, having had another eminently forgettable meal in Lyon. I'm sure there are good places to eat in Lyon. I just didn't find any.
... bullet, but an artillery shell.
We came to, and rode up the hill into, the village of St. Romain, which Manu had raved about. We had our first delightful interaction at a little traditional café with all the family present. In addition to the requisite thimbleful of espresso, we shared a little fondant chocolat which brought tears to our eyes. Fait en maison, the patronesse was happy to tell us. Phyllis quickly turned them into ...