Campanile Lyon Sud-Chasse sur Rhone
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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!
... Lyon. Clean and bright room with balcony, fridge with free drinks and water, got an upgrade in fact! In the evening Geoffroy Granget, ex Alstom colleague, came to our hotel and took us on a tour of the city, walking, had drinks by the Rhone river and by 8 pm went to a little restaurant called Le Tibouren. Geoffroy had booked this ...
... mature enough to appreciate it, but the red was very tastey. For an entre I had the chicken with white sauce, and linguine. The chocolate cake was a great way to end the meal. It left my pleasantly full.
The second tour we had was of the hospital. I did not think at first that we were in an actual hospital. It looked very different from any hospital that I had seen before. This can obviously be attributed to the time period in which the hospital was built. The ...
... feast our eyes on. I manage to explain in French to the olive-seller that I had tried the lucques for the first time only a few days ago, at the apéritif-dinatoire with our Parisian friends, and really liked them there. These ones also prove to be delicious. On the way home we stop at the boulangerie to pick up two croissants and a warm and delicious baguette. At this point we decide we probably have enough for breakfast! The croissants are excellent, better in fact than any we ...
... drove to our last European destination - Lyon. Thankfully Lyon was warmer than Geneva, a hell of a lot less windy. On approach to our hotel, Lyon appears to be a nice city, pretty and the centre set between two large rivers that snake their way through, the Rhone, and the Saone. The hotel was very nice, old building right near the transport hub, train, bus, metro and tram stations. After checking in and getting some friendly advice from a staff member we ...