BEST WESTERN Hotel du Pont Wilson
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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, ...
... bold last night and try the real local cuisine ... though I did draw the line at "Guts of Lyon" (Tripes a la Lyonnais) or "Pigs Feet", which were both on the menu ... but I enjoyed the Pate a la Campagne, and the Boudin noir (Blood sausage). In fact the sausage was the best black pudding I've ever eaten, very creamy and tasty with a mouth-watering red wine sauce and Dauphinoise potatoes. Yum. Trish, you may not enjoy that aspect of Lyon as ...
... off to Lyon, it's a short stay only one night at Lyon. It's about 5:30pm, as dinner is not included, we got €15 back from contiki, we went to the town centre and this €16 three course dinner and some very nice meal. Lyon is famous r for their food. Victoria was too tired to stay with us, so Patrick Lucy and us when to put had a couple of drinks. Took a taxi home, and taxi driver was very happy with the tips. That's one of the thing about tipping in ...
... Menu full of offal. I decided to have a soup first, and then a pig tripe stew.
The soup was heavenly. It was just a basic broth with small pieces of stale but delicious bread. The perfect temperature complemented the taste so well. From that point on, I knew I loved French Food.
The second thing I had was more exotic to me. It was the pig tripe stew. I loved it, but I wasn't used to the taste.
After that, I had a delicious crepe. The ...
... on a large table. After lunch all of us went outside and I and the two Bethanys had a snow fight. We were having it in a square, and surrounding it is the windows looking into the hall way. A row of students had their faces pressed up against the window watching us snow fight. I couldn’t figure out why, until a teacher came out and yelled at us. Snow fights are against the rules. Man- we’re such rebels. We took some snow ...