Hotel des Congres
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... now – it was partly destroyed during France’s religious war in the 16th century and the Germans finished it off in 1944. We were taken on a tour through the vineyards – interesting because of all the stones around the vines. Apparently the stones, left by glacial movements, absorb the sun’s heat during the day and radiate the heat at night so that the vines don’t get cold – and this is ...
... outdoor cafe lined cobblestone streets crawling with people who simply won't get out of the way. We were driving so close to a couple of outdoor cafe tables that we stopped once and our taxi driver looked eye-to-eye with one table of diners and said "Bon Apetit" from his open window...pretty funny experience.
We got to Gourmet de Seze on time for our reservation. It looked perfect for the occasion -small, ...
... maybe he is simply accustomed to garbage food, or he thought I had poisoned the pastry, or maybe it has something to do with his own idea of dignity and self-suffiency. I cannot fathom why he actually prefers rotten food from the trash, but whatever his reasons, the whole situation definitely gave me what I suppose you would term "culture shock." Then about 5 minutes later, mind you I'm still on my way to the fountain, I saw some people surrounding ...
... France and I am yet to have a bad meal so you can imagine the standard of today's lunch- exquisite. After lunch we were chauffeured into town and Imy took me shopping along the main strip of Lyon, needless to say I was soon after swiping that little bit of plastic in every second shop. Knowing that i should put a stop to this spending spree Imogen took me sight seeing up to Fourviere- a steep hill that overlooked the city of Lyon complemented by one of the ...