Ibis Lyon Sud Saint Rambert d'Albon
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... has Canadian mustard seeds, salt, vinegar and water. Burgundy Mustard has Burgundy mustard seeds, salt, white burgundy wine or verjus and contains no vinegar. The depth of flavour of this mustard is amazing. Smooth mustard has the seeds removed and these are used in the preparation of cattle feed. When cooking with mustard always put more in the dish at the end as it loses its flavour with heat. When we left they gave each of us a small sample jar ...
... can afford to drive because it costs €2,000 to get a drivers licence but it is a lifetime licence. Vienne was one of Gaul's largest settlements, becoming a Roman colony in 47 BC under Julius Caesar. It became a major axis of communication. Vienne was also the capital of Burgundy until the 9th century and it continued to be a powerful town until it became part of France in 1450. Today the town is a regional commercial and ...
... Many college students do this before the school year begins. The pickers are well paid.
The growers can get 600 gallons of wine per acre.
In this region they can only use cork screws.
Chestnut trees and pomegranate are also grown in this region.
When inhabitants get drunk there is a phone number they can call to get a ride home. Someone who has drunk too much is said ti have a Red Nose.
... to the hotel, to report to our destination of the day.
Proceeding we all got on the bus and headed to BD Medical - Pharmaceutical Systems. BD was an excellent tour we needed our passports to get in the facility. Overall it was a very secure facility with high precautions throughout. We went and sat in a conference room and were served refreshments. After the Supply Chain Presentation we split up into two groups and took a tour of the office. ...
... the city of Lyon. We went to a local restaurant and got food. As usual we got bread as a complementary appetizer. Following dinner we went out got bikes from the local rental booth and rode them around town. Then we worked our way towards a social boat. This was a unique experience of mostly college individuals and some high school aged individuals. We stayed for a bit and headed back to the hotel to be prepared for the next ...