Ibis Lyon Gare La Part Dieu
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7th August- Pretty sailing along the Saone River in the direction of Lyon. Just outside the city we saw the Paul Bocuse restaurant. Once we were moored in Lyon we did a city tour beginning with the hill of Fourviere to see the beautiful cathedral and city views. Many wonderful mosaics on the interior walls. Then it was down to the old city below the hill. Went through one of the hidden lane ways called traboules used by the silk weavers to transport ...
... frog leg meat chunks. Poss ordered pigeon in puff pastry for her main and I ordered a lobster au gratin and the sommelier suggested we pair these with a Sancerre still white. All were delicious.
The pigeon had a red meat appearance, cooked medium rare and had a gamey flavour. The leg was encased in puff pastry with the drumstick bone standing up on the plate to make an impressive display. A breast was served alongside on the plate.
The au gratin sauce was ...
smooth cruising through my intern-ship
I left the US to go to France to experience the professional life in a two month intern-ship. The student rhythm and the professional one being very different, I was able to fully enjoy the city between the night trips to the Rhône and the few week-end walking here and there. ...
... your past. It's just a part of your life, not good or bad, just something that happened that impacted your journey. And I think it helps you to put out positive energy into the universe, for the future, to attract positivity yourself in your life. I think for me, it's good to give myself patience and time. Wounds heal with time, even the wounds on my soul. Anyway, I might leave you today with some quotes from the book that I found particularly profound: "Justice ...
... would pick us up right out front, which was hard for us to imagine because the narrow streets around us were wall-to-wall people, and we noticed no vehicles on the way in...but he assured us it would be no problem. Hmmmm.
Jean Luc bid us adieu and we were finally settled in, several hours later than we had wanted...oh well, we are in France, who cares! We had a nice glass of wine to start our anniversary evening, and ...