BEST WESTERN Hotel Charlemagne
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... 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 ...
With very full tummies from Bocuse we slept in until about 8am in our lovely apartment in Beaujolais. Today is the last day of our holiday and we planned to just pack for the long flight back home, see a little bit of Lyon and then head to the airport for a 7pm departure. It was all accomplished easily enough with a wander around the old city of Lyon between the Rhone and the Saone Rivers admiring the beautiful buildings, a visit to the Musee de Tissus (fabric and costume ...
... restaurant which had gluten free bread baskets! I haven't eaten bread from a table basket in over a year so I was super excited. The entire restaurant experience was fun because I tried to speak to the waitress only in French - which entailed me ordering my food and saying good night. Every other time I had Jesse and Greg speak for me. Greg and I had cool fruit drinks before Jesse got there and I ordered the Framboise flavored (it was the only one I knew how ...
... 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 ...
... couple. I figured, instead of paying an outrageous sum of sixteen euros for a coffee and a croissant, I could easily get something standard and affordable in town somewhere. After all, it had occurred to me that if I'm going to be on the road for at least six months, a sixteen euro breakfast might just be a little superfluous. Now - to look for a boulangerie in town.
Meximeux really is a sad little place. Its boulangerie sold a very limited stock of loaves, ...