Campanile Lyon Isle d'Abeau
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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 ...
... they see! You can't hear them - just feel the breeze as they pass close enough to shave the hairs off your arms! However, at least they are out and about and getting exercise and so are the pedestrians who are having to jump out of the way. What I really appreciated is the layers of the different ages about the place. Sure the Romans were here - and the ruins are interesting but there is such a lot of medieval, renaissance, napoleonic, 19, 20 and 21 century stuff to see ...
... tower nearby) as the rain sets in for earnest, and we quickly head back to the funicular before we get too drenched. After a spot of R&R we head out again and make the long and arduous trek to our restaurant for the evening, which is literally next door. It is much quieter than our dining experience the previous night, but the food is definitely a cut above. Yalini was so taken with her quenelle last night that she orders it again at this restaurant, and I have to concede her ...
... I found a screen which showed the composition of the train. Our carriage (number 3) was to stop between S and T. We were currently next to X and the end of the train would be about R. So, wearily we looked along the platform at all the people between us and our objective. They were crowded right down to the edge of the platform, so to get past, we had to drag the suitcases along the bumpy strip near the edge. When we finally reached the spot, ...
... one from St. Joseph) and 1 red (a Syrah from St. Joseph). Each wine was matched with a kind of cheese. The first white was matched with Comte because Comte isn't too strong of a cheese and the wine was sweet and fragrant and fruity. The second wine was made from Roussanne grapes (very rare) and had the aroma and taste of apricots, so it was pared with the stronger blue cheese. The red wine was paired with the St. Marcelin and Chevre cheeses. Each wine ...