Pavillon De La Rotonde
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Woke up to a bfast of croissants and breads which we hardly ate but could not believe ! The parents helped us to plan our day and we set off to find a wine tasting. We were lucky to find one at midday which let us come in and try some Lovely wines We only bought two ...
... the pic. We went wandering for somewhere for lunch. Not such an easy task. Amazingly couldn't find a bolongerie, all we could find were bars. Went into one and no one spoke English and were really quite annoyed we'd disturbed them. Fancy wanting lunch at midday. We pointed to what someone was eating, which was a ham and salad baguette, but alas they said no we could only have what was on the blackboard, he pointed to what someone was eating and it looked gross ...
Big thunder and rain today but not before we did a walk in the magnificent Parc De La Tete D'Or. This is an amazing walk with different moods and vista's every day. The squirrels fido king around the trees to the family mansions bordering the park. Cooler today with less walkers and runners about but peaceful and quiet. Due to the weather we style for ...
... local Margaret River wines back home in Western Australia as I did not really like the wines here.
Every few nights, there is a theme party held in the bar downstairs. everyone gets dressed up and it's a fun night. Unfortunately I had finally given in to the flu that I had been fighting off for a few days so had to cut the night short and go to bed. There are no plans for tomorrow except to relax by the pool.
... and other goods undercover (it rains a lot in Lyon) and the resistance used them during WWII to hide from the occupying Germans. Instead of heading back to the hotel, we stayed in town to find somewhere to eat - I hadn't really eaten a proper lunch so I was starving at this point. On Francky's recommendation we headed to Rue des Marronniers where there were a number of bouchons (Lyon's traditional bistros). Six of us dined at Aux Trois Conchons where the service was quick and the ...