L'Ermitage Hotel Cuisine-A-Manger
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... passageways linking streets in Lyon. This one is beautiful and peaceful.
It was time for ice cream. My choice was gingerbread, very nice.
The boys went back to chill at home and solve the problems of the world over a beer while Jude and I solved the problems of the French economy by going shopping.
The Presqu'ile area between the two rivers has some great shops. We went into the Printemps department store and enjoyed looking at the beautiful things, and ...
... cous-based salad), quiche, wine, etc. It was a fun, enjoyable gathering, and we felt very welcome – a nice French afternoon! During the party, the rain actually stopped and the sun came out too, which was the icing on the cake. (And speaking of cake, they had two cakes – one with a big red maple leaf on it, and one that said “Bienvenue”. Very thoughtful!)
When everyone left, Marc offered to take us back ...
... from the hostel. I booked another night to give me more time to get sorted. We visited the Sunday market set up on the banks of the Saone then went to find a park where we could have lunch. Afterwards we walked through some pretty parts of the city and along the Rhône. Me and the German girl from my dorm went out for dinner in the evening to a little restaurant in Vieux Lyon. We went for the 3 courses for 15€ menu (student life!) but ...
... 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 ...