La Tour Cocooning Gastronomie Hotel Chatillon
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... has been restored but the church was originally 187 mtrs long by 35 mtrs high. It was the biggest in the world at the time, before St. Peter's Basillica. Lots of interesting facts and stories, unfortunately too soon forgotten by us. Information overload. In the early afternoon, we took a self-guided tour of Macon using the Scenic Tailormade device which like a GPS plotted our position and then when we walked past a place ...
... get wet when it rains -
spent next day with a tube of silicon repairing the windows and any leaks I could find -have to wait until it rains again to see how successful the repairs were.
Went to the markets on Tuesday -lots of stalls, lots of interesting food -wild game, unusual pastries, divine puddings, along with the usual trash and treasure. Vendors calling out, people at a slow pace, crowded ...
... within a residential style hotel. W had only booked this mornings which has aid off because when we book in they tell us they are out of the room type we booked and upgrade us to an executive suite on the front of the building, looking out over the river and oldest sections of the city. With some basic instructions we head a couple of blocks to find somewhere to eat. The blocks are really small here and so it doesn't take long to be in the middle of it all. We make ...
... factor, and the meal equally as much so, the food and wine were fabulous. Sadly we were on a mission to get the meal finished as quickly as possible to try and gain some time so there really wasn't time to linger over lunch, however most of our guests didn't seem to notice - perhaps copious amounts of good food and wine had something to do with that! We left the Chateau about 30 minutes ahead of schedule, heading for Chateau de Rully.
The roads ...
Another marathon journey completed! We arrived into Lyon at 10:40pm (as expected - the train timetable is ruthlessly adhered to here in Europe), after a journey of nearly 10 hours and three different trains since we departed Florence. The passage through the Alps was incredibly breath-taking for an Australian (anyone would be impressed, from any nation) and the weather ensured that we were treated to the reflections of the setting sun off ...