Ibis Lyon Nord - Dardilly
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and consecrated on 31st December 1452. Probably Flemish in design, it remained as a hospital until the late 1970's. Inside the building is a beautiful courtyard and a museum of the history of the hospice. We visited the Fallot family mustard business which, having been established in 1928, is now being managed by the third generation. They even still have their 1932 Peugeot delivery van. We saw how the mustard was made, tasted raw mustard ...
... was so clean and new looking. When we went into the meeting room the had snacks for us. I felt like I was going to a real business meeitng.
During the presentation I found it awesome to understand the global supply chain words the presentor used.
Whent the presentation was over we were able to take a tour of the cite. We first had to get suited up because no germs can get on the medical devices. We put on robes, hair nets, glasses, and ear plugs. I felt like ...
... Nevertheless honour is satisfied, as there is now no classic French dish that I can think of which I have not tried. Yalini starts with a salad of warm goat's cheese, followed by a chicken dish. For my main I select magret de canard — duck breast— in a morille mushroom sauce. All are excellent and we finish our last French meal of the trip with dessert: oeufs à la neige (eggs in the snow) for me, which is a very light and soft meringue in a cream ...
... tried to join our pelaton, he only managed this for 200 metres such was the blistering pace.
Stayed at the Trielle Muscate in Cliousclat, our most expensive yet, with a highly recommended restaurant. Fantastic meal with a decent bottle of Croze Hermitage. For those of you worrying that our wine consumption has dropped, we did have a bottle of Voigner first.
... French (it's unrelated to whether the French person speaks English, I've met some lovely people who try to help me even if we only have three words and a lot of hand gestures to communicate with each other). I've lunched the the large square (Terreaux) near the Musee Des Beau-Arts Lyon, and head there after the salad. It turns out that entry is free here too (possibly my age?) which is a pretty awesome surprise. I head on in and discover there's no English ...