L'Ermitage Hotel Cuisine-A-Manger
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So we got into Lyon, first thing we do? Irish bar and guinesses at the main train station pub, a very standard start to a new city indeed. We eventually make it to the hotel which was called hostelo. Really decent room with awesome facilities. After a bit of research using their awesome in room wifi, the most sort after thing in Europe, I found a metal pub which where we decided we would spend our ...
... French ones yet), and can kinda understand spoken French so I felt like I was able to participate more fully in this mass than the ones just in French. Thirdly-They use communion rails, this was somewhat of a strange experience for me but I think I like it. I think its another sign of reverence during the high form of the mass.
After this mass (which lasted 2 hours, due in part to the candle procession) I went to the large Sunday market on ...
We had mixed feelings leaveing Switzerland after such a regenerating stay in Lauterbrunnen, - however French wines and pasteries were calling!
Driving all the way to Provence in one day had seemed a bit much, so we had picked an apparently pretty village around half way and hoped for the best!
It was a pleasant drive from Switzerland to France, past several Swiss lakes and a lovely view to Mont Blanc as we entered France.
Perouges (just ...
... the railway line that is exactly the same as the Stationhouse in Launceston at Racecourse Crescent. We are driving along the route of Lot et Truyere, another of the 7 gorges in this huge national park. Mende is on the outer edge and so from here we leave the gorges. Mende is a mix of old and modern and most places here have a name that somehow connects it with Le Tour and cycling. Le Puy de Valay is our next stop and was a leg of the Tour de France 2 years ago that lead ...
... ways that cut through buildings to get from street to street called troubles (not sure on the french spelling). 3. We went to the indoor market (kind of like Quincy market) Lots of fish and chocolates and meat. It wasn't really like Quincy market though - except for the chocolate everything was raw. You want to buy fish - here is a whole fish eyeballs included. You want chicken breast - it is shrink wrapped with the head still on. It was so gross. I bought Gma and I ...