Domaine du Golf Saint Clair
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... crackers. It has been an astonishing 35 degrees! Finally we reached Lyon, supposedly the gastronomy capital of the world. We were all excited to try some typical French delicacies such as frogs legs and croque Monsieur however majority of bistros close at lunch and do not make dinner. After wondering around for awhile seeing some sites with the other South Africans and soaking our feet in a fountain due to the pressures from walking around so much, ...
... rocks! There was a big cycle race on in the area this weekend, so lots of cyclists on site.did keep us awake unfortunately but Dave had some good rides in the area.
The Rhone river is lovely with large boats along it.
Everyone enjoyed the City of Chocolate! ...
... dry field, but they still gathered in the corner where a water pipe turns the soil into mud. The second farm was a bit of a disappointment. We were shown some young chicks, and tasted asparagus and apricot juice. The next was a farm specialising in pogne, a bread with cranberries in it. The whole farm was open to wander and in some really old fashioned barns were sone cattle and local sheep. The sheep ...
... through the washing machine. The Ferme en Ferme weekend Is coming up, so we will spend time enjoying the sun here. The town of Hauterives is home to a national monument. A palace (?) built by the postman in the late 19C. Not my taste - seems to be the product of a weird mind. It appears to take inspiration from the Sagradia Familia in Barcelona. But it's a very popular attraction. We are in the foothills of the Alps. We aren't far from Grenoble and the snowy peaks look ...
The town and its twin city (across the river) Tain l’Hermitage are the gateway to the Ardeche region.
Overlooking the town is a feudal castle built into the rock. Today it is used for the town’s museum. There are great views from here. The recently renovated castle’s chapel has a 16tth century triptych painted by Jean Capassin (which we didn’t see.)
There is a statue of Marc Segual. He ...