Hotel Du Helder
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... get some food in my stomach. When the brought out the light appetizers I thought they were very taste. I finally drank some wine.
I talked to a couple of the CEFAM students. I asked them what kind of music they liked and alot was American.
Our tour guide gave us a ticket to use the Metro to get back to the side of Lyon that our hotel was at. Most of us decided to go back with the tour guides and professors because we did not want to get loss coming back. ...
... Although I am not a fan of mustard the experience was very cool and I made sure to taste all of it anyway. The one's we made tasted a little too vinegar-y, but it wasn't the worst. Our tour guide at the factory gave us two small jars of mustard, and I bought a jar of honey mustard as well. We then went to lunch which was absolutely delicious. We had an appetizer that was bread with melted cheese and tomato in between, and was very tasty even though ...
... ll embark on an included tour to explore the beautiful Beaujolais region north of Lyon, home to 13 French wine appellations. You’ll see historic highlights including the Pierres Dorees—villages built of golden stone—and the 11th-century church of St. Matthews. Then you’ll meet a local vintner and taste a sampling ...
We both woke at 4am and considered making an early start for the drive to Lyon. But common sense prevailed and we woke again at 8.30 for a slower than intended getaway. We had a leisurely drive first along familiar roads in The Lot region making our way east to the autoroute, then whizzing along making quite good time.
France is such a country of contrasts and amazing diversity of geography. One minute we are winding our way around steep limestone gorge country, then ...
... out for dinner - Ed had noticed a pizza place on our way from the metro and he was keen to head there. The waiter was lovely. Ed noticed the 3D picture of Venice on the wall and mentioned that we had been there the week before - so the waiter started talking to Edward in Italian. Throughout the meal, Ed kept saying thank you to the waiter in French and he would respond in Italian - which was very funny. Across the road from the entrance to ...