Ibis Lyon Gare La Part Dieu
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Woke up to a bfast of croissants and breads which we hardly ate but could not believe ! The parents helped us to plan our day and we set off to find a wine tasting. We were lucky to find one at midday which let us come in and try some Lovely wines We only bought two ...
... After that we got to taste different wines. I ended up purchasing two bottles of wine to bring home with me. Following the wine tasting we went back to the hotel. Once at the hotel I got changed and waited in the lobby for a few friends so we could go out to eat. We ended up eating a french restaurant. Although the restaurant food seemed to have an Italian influence.
Back on the Continent and we are feeling much warmer than we were this morning in Dublin (7 degrees)Gosh travelling, getting from one place to another, can be frustrating and at times stressful. Dropping off the car, navigating airports and train stations sometimes make you feel so inadequate....or is that just me?Anyway we managed it all without too much angst between us. We even used a ticket machine to buy our tickets to Chamonix on Sunday...hooray ...
... to pay this so may try our luck at being plumbers.
It is extremely frustrating how ridiculously bureaucratic the french are. This was evident when we went to open a bank account and had to sign a tree worth of paper.. even the banker said it was insane.
-Speaking of the bank.. We went to open a bank account the first week we came, two weeks later we've received about 5 letters. One with an online sign in, one with a password, ...
... de Beaune, a famous hospital as most things close around 11.30am in France for lunch. We did see the amazing tiled roofs as part of the hospital is still functioning. So, we treated ourselves to a delicious lunch at a very cool, upmarket traditional French restaurant called Le Gourmandin. Simon had oxtail, I had fish and the girls had steak - all came with the most delicious French sauces.
Off to Lyon in the afternoon to stay ...