Kyriad Lyon Sud Sainte Foy
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... lunch, it was Hector’s birthday that
day and 3 of us had ordered the same thing. The waitress was a very nice and
happy lady who was serving the ladies first and I said, oh, but it’s his
birthday today! Meaning that she should have served Hector first, she took note
of that and at the end of the meal brought him out a piece of cake…with cream and
chocolate sauce and it was just so delicious. Our game plan from then on was to
say it ...
... staying at Le Cairn for two nights. Beautiful setting again but the place is absolutely enormous. Biggest all year around alpine resort imaginable. The size of the place surprised us and initially we didn't like it at all. But the back drops are so spectacular and in so many directions that the big hotels sort of fade from your view. Anyway, our hotel is good and we have a lovely room on the third floor. The room is small but we have a balcony with fabulous ...
... or maybe it is because I am very bad at it). Google turning vegetables and you will see that I am not alone with my thoughts on this subject.
We moved on from turning vegetables to making soup. We made the basis of soup which is called the parmentier (which is basically potato and leek). This can then be made into various different soups. We each had different vegetables and then served them in little shot glasses (see the photos, they make them look pretty amazing).
... an egg. Bliss - especially when the bread is French! We had our lunch at Cafe Le Petit Pont where the waiters were very nice and accommodating! After lunch we made our way to the train station where we caught our train and headed towards Lyon. As the train pulled into Lyon we got a sneak peak of the beautiful city and excitement set in! We found our hotel which was a fair walk away from the centre but the cleanliness and room size made up for it! After settling in, we caught a ...
... would never know that it’s a miniature set. Taking photos of the mini-sets made it look like we were actually there because the scale was perfect. There was also a collection of mini works of art including paper work, paintings, Faberge eggs, and other unique works of art. The top floor was the artists workshop which looked like a mad scientists lab full of props and supplies with gizmos and tools all over the place. Winding our way back down to the bottom floor we decided ...