Hotel Saint-Pierre des Terreaux
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... got back to the hotel we changed and meet in the lobby. I knew that we were all deciding to go to a bar after dinner because it was the last night in France and it was also St. Patrick's Day. We went to a side of Lyon that had alot of bars and resturants. We went to a pizzera for dinner. I had margeritta pizza that was soooo good. After dinner we went to a bar. It seemed as thought alot of locals were on this side of France. The bartender seemed to know alot of people ...
... And I was brave enough to try Fois Gras again. My colleague ordered a local wine which was great as well. This was the best meal I had in Lyon. It definitely lived up to all the great things I heard about food in Lyon. After dinner we walked around the Old Town for a little bit. I really enjoyed having a local show me around for a night. It also made it easier for me to get my bearings for some sightseeing on Tuesday morning.
... I could tell she totally loved this
city and it was great being influenced by the perspective of somebody who had
lived there for about 10 years already.
The restaurant we ate at was great. Crowded, but great…and
that’s why it was crowded. There was a wonderful “formula” we could get for 17
euros and it included an entrée, the meal and a dessert. I had sausages on
lentils in a red wine sauce for my entrée, YUM. Next was fish ...
... fours which we tasted with a delicious dessert wine.
Wow. What a night.
We cleared up a few debates or at least shed some informed light on them. First the pronunciation of amuse (amoos) buche (boosh). If the French waiter said it that way, I for one consider that the end of the debate.
Second; forks set facing tines upward or downward. We had read previously that it was traditional to set tines downward so the family coat of arms or initials ...
... so I'd like to see what it's like. I imagine it's a hybrid combination of German and French culture, but I'd like to see for myself. I've organised some Couchsurfing for my time in the Netherlands. Which I think will be exciting, to meet some real people who are doing life things, like working. It'll make a nice change from the slightly artificial people you often meet in hostels and on the normal tourist beat. Then I'll catch up with my friend Maddie in The ...