Hotel Du Dauphine
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Out of the city, like I'm most countries, and we have spacious rooms, secure parking, etc. never stayed in a bright green painted room before. Oh, did I mention that the staircase was spacious too?
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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!
... can't see much but come to a large square with a beautiful old 2 story carousel. Not working yet but may come back for a ride later!
... Basilica Fourviere spiers up the hill in the distance. Old town and Presqu’ile was again magical after dark, even fountains were illuminated. More people on the streets tonight as opposed to yesterday. I felt safe except for when crossing empty Place Bellecour, where some youth characters were drinking beer by the monument, I actually crossed as far away from them as possible, just in case. The homeless man was already fallen asleep by the door at my hotel when I finally ...
... 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 ...
It may seem like quite a detour on the map, but with fast trains, and given it is the gastronomic capital of France we headed north to Lyon before Aix en Provence.
It was always going to be a fun 3 days when we were welcomed with kisses (2 in the South according to Herman) and a beer each (...2 for me!!)
We were also introduced to the website www.lafourchette.com which has a direct English translation website www.thefork.com
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