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... did not get to Lyon until 6.30 when it was incredibly dark but it did start snowing. We had a quick freshen up at the restaurant before we made our way into town to get dinner and try some fine French cuisine! We kind of had our own freedom to go wherever we wanted for dinner and we found a nice restaurant with an English menu and were quite happy to settle there. The food was some of the best I have had. I had pork pate for entree, beef with red wine ...
... a different parish St George. I was unaware of several things when I chose to go to the 10:30 mass, but I was pleasantly surprised. First it was apparently a feast day that isn't really celebrated in the United States much. "The Purification of Mary"/Candlemass. Thankfully one of the deacons was coming around before mass handing out extra pamphlets and explaining what would be happening (and I understood it). This part of the mass involved a ...
... factor in the quality of the vintages. We walked around the village which has many limestone buildings and is very pretty. It’s also old, so more narrow, steep streets! We were taken for a wine tasting – one of the best ever as the sommelier gave us a crash course in wine tasting! We tried 3 wines: a white, and 2 reds which the sommelier used to demonstrate the impact of the year, the blend of grapes and the age ...
Today we took a fast train from Avignon to Lyon which took a little over an hour.
Lyon is directly north of Avignon.
Arrived mid morning and navigated the local metro with no problem even though it was in French and made our way to the hotel .
Lyon is a lovely city way bigger than Avignon and is known for its wonderful food.
We tramped around and saw a silk screen printing little business which is one of ...
... pharmaceuticals and software. I had picked Lyon as a destination because it was centrally located and is considered the gateway to the Alps, which we wanted to see. The vibe is very different than Paris - way more relaxed, even though the greater Lyon area has almost 1.5mm people living there. We changed and went to dinner at Le Centre, which is part of celebrity chef Georges Blanc's empire. This restaurant was quite modern and obviously very new. Lots of bright red and ...