Ibis Lyon Part Dieu Les Halles
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All my photos from Meiringen were taken on my mobile phone and I haven't worked out how to post them yet. It was an absolutely fabulous day though. The weather was perfect. Blog to come .... sometime.
Found the sun! At Lyon in France after a lengthy train journey.
It had rained overnight and we woke to low clouds and misty rain …
... 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!
... from Poland. We chilled out at the house for a bit and asked her about her last few days of adventures. Then we headed out for dinner. We walked into the middle of town where there were lots of restaurants in one of the lanes. We settled on a Spanish tapas bar. Adam and I just shared something small, as did Unre and Brad. After dinner we went home. Tomorrow we were leaving the city, and heading into the countryside. We had definitely earned our rest ...
After another wonderful breakfast at our B&B and rearranging our packing for our final stop before heading home, we headed out to Lyon. But first we took about a 1 hour drive or so through the small villages in Burgundy, taking pictures of the vineyards which pretty much covered up all of the free land in the area! Some narrow streets again (sorry ...
... because there used to be a bunch of them in the city many years ago. We got to make our own mustard by crushing mustard seeds and adding salt and vinegar. Some tasted great, others...not so much. The proportion of ingredients had to be just right. Then, we got a tour of the production and manufacturing area. It was pretty neat because when we took the elevator to the second floor, the doors opened and the floors shook and we got sprayed with mists ...