BEST WESTERN Lyon St Antoine
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... all creat a city that needs more than 3 days to discover.
The view from our apartment is of the roof tops over the Old Town - terracotta tiles, turrets, unexpected door ways, chimneys - all add to the ambiance. See the photo attached.
tomorrow we are off to Rome airport and then its port where we will spend one night before embarking upon our 10 night cruise. so a new adventure awaits.
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Such a lovely morning that we delay setting off and have a potter around Besancon. It is a really charming town and we will definitely come back again. We do discuss idea of staying for a week now but in the end decide to continue south to be sure of hotter weather. South to Lyon, another Mercure chain ...
... least for those over the age of 10. Our hotel was an easy walk from the station and we were all set. Some lunch was needed before our bike tour and we found a little place where we had moules frites, curry salmon and fish and chips on a nice patio. During our meal we heard quite the crash from the kitchen followed by a lot of yelling and a bus boy coming out bleeding with a gash on his arm - what action in Lyon !!! The day was sunny and perfect ...
... with a bath in the hearth of the bedroom like in Renaissance times, with sumptuous drapes, fresco painted walls (the toilet is completely hand painted) & headboard. Saturday night we got all dressed up and had dinner in Les Loges, the hotels Michelen starred restaurant. Chef Anthony Bonnet has created a menu that blends traditional cuisine with imagination (words taken from hotel blurb). The restaurant sits in the Grand Cour, the glass covered ...
... front of the cathedral we are passing — oops! After a leisurely breakfast we shower and head out to "Les Halles", an indoor market and foodie heaven named after local super-chef Paul Bocuse. The local cheese, wine and other produce arrayed there is almost overwhelming. We see more than one toddler staring wide-eyed into the cabinets of delicacies that start at their eye level, and by delicacies I don't mean just sweets but also cheese and sausage. Little ...