Ibis Budget Lyon Dardilly
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... a wine town and even has vines growing on its roundabouts on the outskirts. This is a town that should not be missed by anyone visiting France. We visited the Notre Dame Basilica (meaning that I did attend church on Good Friday) with its Black Madonna from the Middle Ages. Also the very impressive Ducal Palace or Dukes residence which is now a Museum of Bourgogne Wines. The most impressive building was the Hospices or Hotel-Dieu (Gods House) ...
... stay awake for as long as possible and I did! I was able to see us travel from the city to the country side. I found it so interesting to see so much graffetti on the walls of France. I finally feel asleep on the bus.
When I woke up I was surrounded by beautiful mountains and we were in the valley of it. It was beautiful out and I was able to get away with not wearing my jacket. I was wearing a dress and a kamono and I was excited to wear such spring fashion ...
... in Paris tonight that is a point of appeal. Wandering through another restaurant district we find it just as busy, so we head back to our area. It's getting later, about 9:00PM, so we are hoping numbers have thinned out. Sure enough, our neighbors at "Tire Bouchon" have removed the sign from their window, and when we ask they apologise that there will be a twenty minute wait — not a problem for us as we're not yet ravenous after our big lunch. After free ...
... for its wine, not that we had any interest in wine.
Chambe D'Hote in old French house recently restored.
Normal evening of two beers, two bottles of wine & a glass of local rosť, oh & a very good meal as well. We missed our Cognac as the local bar had closed when we left the restaurant.
Day 15 Condrieu to Cliousclat
68 miles 408 mtr ...
... thing, as all I can find are pubs, fish and chip shops, and burger places. I settle for a salad, but the dressing isn't what I was told and I'm seized by misery and frustration not knowing what I'm eating but clear that the server had no clue about 'sans gluten' as he stopped by again to ask why I hadn't touched the bread then asked the neighbouring table if they spoke English when I repeated 'sans gluten'. I know my accent must suck, but others have managed ...