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Aging but a great value in good location.
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Travel Blogs from Lyon
... 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!
... sizes and colours, roasted Bresse chickens (identifiable by their black legs), St Marcellin cheese, bread, sausage, cassoulet, etc. It is difficult to exercise some restraint when faced with such abundance of fabulous food. A small side trip to Les Halles, Paul Bocuse didn't help. Over the next few days we take in the sights including the beautiful large public park Parc Tete D'Or that holds a lake, a zoo, botanical gardens and ...
... that we had to spend extra time at the train station and fortunately it didn't eat into our Lyon time too much. (Dad's bag was luckily found the next day but we're still waiting to pick it up!) We spent our one day in Lyon eating at the impressive local food market, walking around the old city and running in the Parc de la Tête d'Or. It was a shame to only sample Lyon but the Pyrenees and the Tour de France were ...
... blue. The bus ride was really beautiful.
We visited BD Medical – Pharmaceutical Systems in Grenoble. The room we began in was a really nice meeting room. We got a presentation about Supply Chain and the work done by BD. It was a really good presentation. Following the presentation, we split into two groups to take a tour of the manufacturing plant. We had to wear plastic lab coats, ear plugs and safety goggles for the tour. It was really interesting to see how they ...
... etc - Dave was in heaven! A few bottles were bought!
That night we got a recommendation for a good local restaurant in a tiny village in the mountains. On route - Connor asked about ticks - which Simone had told us about. We arrived at the restaurant - got a flashlight in the parking lot and checked behind his ear - there was definitely a black 1/2 cm long object there! We entered the restaurant and after being seated, asked the waitress to check out his ...