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... really cool and everyone was really nice in the facility.
When were done with our tour we got ready to leave BD.
When we got back on the bus I wish we were able to visit the town BD was in because it seemed really quant and cute. Traveling through this part of France was beautiful. All the mountains were so pretty to look at.
But inevitably i feel asleep again on the bus.
When I woke up we were back in Lyon.
We were heading to the CEFAM ...
... the port. From there we boarded a bus to go down to where the ships come in. I noticed that this port had a lot of similarities to the port of Philadelphia.
We then went to lunch at a place called L'escale. It was blocks from a marina on the Mediterranean. We were seated in a glass box right outside. It was weird but I enjoyed it. This lunch was ordered ahead of time. The lasagna I had was not very good. The ...
... that before I left Kenora, my
sister-in-law said, “oh, if you’re ever in Lyon you should try to see my friend
Elodie.” And I thought, ya, for sure why not! I’m all about connections, but at
that point I really had no idea where Lyon was, if I would ever visit this city
and what I would even be able to see there.
When we were planning this trip, and Dana had brought Lyon
up, as a city we should go see I said sure why not, ...
... frog leg meat chunks. Poss ordered pigeon in puff pastry for her main and I ordered a lobster au gratin and the sommelier suggested we pair these with a Sancerre still white. All were delicious.
The pigeon had a red meat appearance, cooked medium rare and had a gamey flavour. The leg was encased in puff pastry with the drumstick bone standing up on the plate to make an impressive display. A breast was served alongside on the plate.
The au gratin sauce was ...
... I don't know if I've really come to any conclusions yet though. But I just love his writing and the main character, Lin, and the journey he goes on, the people he meets and the lessons he learns about himself and the world are described so sincerely. I was slightly devastated when I googled it to discover that it is only loosely based on true events, and none of the characters are actually real. He describes the characters in so much details and ...