Ibis Lyon Villefranche Sur Saone
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... potato for main and tiramisu for dessert. We were going to have snails but nobody else at the table was interested and they only came on a plate of 20 and I doubt we were going to eat a whole plate. Jordan had a goats cheese salad that he was not too fond of so switched with a guy who got the chicken gizzard salad and he loved it. He then had a chicken with a very nice cheesy sauce and then crime caramel for dessert. It was all stunning and delicious food. ...
... but I had to go to the school in the morning to try to figure out how to take ballet classes with the university's sports program. I ended up going to the mall to kill time before class and made a friend who made me speak French (although he could speak some English) while I was crocheting a hat. Classes ran until 8PM today, now I'm starting to understand why the French generally eat dinner later.
Today I had early classes ...
... his push bike, looking well and intense at the same time with that joking way. We walk to his smaller village twenty minutes away. Up steep hills, though forest, down wide green pasture land and into Solliat. Then up the hill to his place. Quite a commanding view of the valley.
We talk until stumps at midnight through Daniel's lovely Swiss meal of an amazing boiled smoked sausage, potatos and leeks, a cheese course ...
... It was called St. Jean Baptiste, and I really liked it because of the stained glass windows. They were extremely blue and purple, and with the light streaming through, the effect was really appealing. I also just love walking through cathedrals and seeing where people used to pray and go to mass. It's really hard to believe that some people actually still go to church there every week.
After St. Jean, we took a Funiculaire (tram) up to the top of a very large hill ...
... Soon after we left I discovered this indescribable home/work of art. Google Abode of Chaos for more info. Phyllis called ,"parlay voo Ingles" to a pleasant looking passerby, with whom we struck up a fine conversation about the Abode, the village, and our lifestyle. He invited us to his amazing home down the street for coffee after which we set off refreshed and even more cheered.
In a couple of hours we came to the campground in ...