Hotel Du Helder
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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!
... br> - the Basilica (including amazing theory of nautical artwork on the walls as being possibly the Battle of Noah's Ark),
- medieval city of Perouges though nearly blown away by the wind- Museum of Deportation and Resistance (the Nazis deported captured Lyon French resistance fighters to concentration camps after interrogating and torturing them...the head Nazi Klaus Barbie was tracked down and extradited from Bolivia to face a huge public trial in 1980s ...
... French stick that was still warm when we bought it, and panna cotta with caramel sauce for dessert.
We have struck it lucky again to have a supermarket right across the road from the apartment.
Trips to the supermarket are always interesting, trying to decide what to eat and then trying to find the ingredients I want. Things we take for granted that you just can't find over here like mint sauce or mint jelly for the lamb - they don't have it. No ...
... in France. I have yet to have a croissant... Maybe I will tomorrow morning. When we arrived at BD, we were brought to a conference room where we were given a presentation about their supply chain. It was fascinating for me because many parts of their supply chain are so similar to Estée Lauder, where I worked all of 2014. Those companies provide completely different products (makeup vs syringes) but their processes are alike. We got a tour of their plant where ...
... out the TV and the couch (of course). The second, was check out the free zoo at the Park.
Ok. Tete D'or deserves a post of it's own, but I am sneaking it in to this post nonetheless. This park is the largest city park in Europe and is a hub of activity in Lyon. It is always buzzing with joggers, cyclists, boaters, children, lovers, artists, readers, people-watchers, and camera-toting ...