Park&Suites Elegance Lyon Vaise
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... seen before, or an apple tart glistening in the window.
And then the supermarkets and local farmers markets laden with local wines, hams, pears, peaches, nectarines and melons.
Picnics in our cosy apartment have been the order of each day - sampling the local treats.
meals in cafés and restaurants have just been the icing on the cake!
Would we come back to Lyon? - definitely.
our apartment on the 5th floor of a 16th century ...
Such a lovely morning that we delay setting off and have a potter around Besancon. It is a really charming town and we will definitely come back again. We do discuss idea of staying for a week now but in the end decide to continue south to be sure of hotter weather. South to Lyon, another Mercure chain ...
... there by a fenicular - Caleb's first ever. There was a prayer written in some 20+ languages and Caleb got 95% of the counties right by identifying the counties flag - I would have gotten maybe 70% right. An ode to watching the World Cup. We had dinner again in old Lyon at around 6PM as we needed to catch a train for 8:30pm. There were a couple of young fellows singing and playing guitar in the square - our ...
... participated by calling out and laughing and thoroughly enjoying themselves. Afterwards we were all treated to the backstage experience, meeting the head puppeteer and being introduced to the array of marionette characters. So to complete my day, Ray took me to dinner at a restaurant recommended to him by Annaliese, our English guide in the afternoon. Les Adrets is tucked down another back lane in the heart of Old Lyon. A bottle of Gosset Grande Reserve NV champagne ...
... would love it, but it is probably too heavy to send home, so I think I'll wait until she or mum come over next year to take it home. Also it started snowing in Lyon this week. It's only mid-November. It wasn't a lot of snow, and it didn't really settle on the ground. It did settle on some people's cars though. It was more like snow mixed with rain, creating a big white slushy. And it does make Lyon look even more magical actually. I got up early one morning ...