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... did not get to Lyon until 6.30 when it was incredibly dark but it did start snowing. We had a quick freshen up at the restaurant before we made our way into town to get dinner and try some fine French cuisine! We kind of had our own freedom to go wherever we wanted for dinner and we found a nice restaurant with an English menu and were quite happy to settle there. The food was some of the best I have had. I had pork pate for entree, beef with red wine ...
... furry critter withdrawals and the cat decided my lap was a good napping spot.
I had 4 classes today (so I was at school for 8 hours). Other than that, I didn't do much other than Skype some people from home and get sleep because... well check the next post :P
I hope you enjoy reading my rambling explanations of what I've been up to, if not I hope you like the pictures(although there are fewer now that I class). Take care :)
... side but when we emerged on the French side it truly was a winter wonderland. Snow, snow, snow everywhere. We had to stop so Ella could get out and run through it. Driving through the French Alps was so beautiful. It felt like we were in our very own Christmas card. We wound our way through the snowy mountainscape for a few hours heading for Burgundy where our accommodation was waiting for us but as fate would have it, as soon as reached the main highway, we were ...
A day of wheels!! No punctures but on a fairly easy 56 mile trip into Lyon two entire wheels had to be changed! Firstly James' bike suffered under the enormous weight of his muscles (!!) and the spoke snapped. Tim then nearly wiped out by an enormous piece of metal wire being wrapped around his wheel! Both were lucky that it occurred on the flat bits! Stunning scenery met us on our way to Lyon. Rolling hills (slightly too rolling at points!), gorgeous countryside and stunning ...
Arrived in Lyon after 2 hours on the train from Paris. Lyon is just beautiful - the old town has a maze of tunnels to explore.
Lyon is famous for its food - so we went to a traditional bouchon for dinner and ordered the local food - an Andouillette sausage... lets say I tried but i couldn't finish it without gagging... tripe sausage is not for me!
Mike's coq au vin was much nicer!
The creme caramel for dessert made it worth while.