Kyriad Lyon Sud Sainte Foy
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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 ...
... the lifts. Well, that would have been handy. At last the train arrived and people surged for the doors. The nearest one had a 2 on it, so we headed further towards S, but that door had a 1, so we turned around and went in the other direction, but the next one also had a 2 on it. Before we took the suitcases any further, I did some further investigation and discovered that those numbers were not the carriage numbers, but indicated whether it was ...
... cheese perfectly. The experience was quite cool and, now, I will know how to make a complete cheese plate at any dinner party and what wines to pair with each.
Thursday was our last day of classes, and so after class we all went to each grab our favorite desserts around Lyon. I picked a Tart aux Pralines from the best place in town! That night, we had our final banquet with all of our professors and our families. The event was held at a tennis club on ...
... 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 ...
... city are built in the art nouveau style like the streets in Paris.
My eyes lit up when we stumbled across a food market which ran along the river Rhone. After walking through the market full of fresh produce we went across to the old town which was bustling withs patisseries and French bistros.
Later that evening we went out for a lovely dinner to celebrate Bastille day. For those of you who don't know Bastille day marked the start of ...