Pavillon De La Rotonde
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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 ...
... in French, J-C is back down the vins cave for the 2009, nothing but the best for the travelling Aussies. They tell us they only get 2 - 3 groups per year of us. Now around 8.00 pm, where does the day go, it does not get dark until around 9.00 pm at the moment. As we go further south it will be later and (hopefully) warmer as the last week has been only around the 15 degree mark. Anyway we are booked into a local restaurant that is situated right ...
... season, and also due to the time of day. A few remained open, one patisserie we could not resist purchasing a box of macarons, yet to be sampled as I write this. Another patisserie we purchased a raspberry macaron creation that oozed classic French patisserie perfection. After exploring the mouthwatering charcuterie's and fromagerie's we sat at place specialising in seafood. We ordered a dozen of their best oysters, very very nice. Watching our ...
... one from St. Joseph) and 1 red (a Syrah from St. Joseph). Each wine was matched with a kind of cheese. The first white was matched with Comte because Comte isn't too strong of a cheese and the wine was sweet and fragrant and fruity. The second wine was made from Roussanne grapes (very rare) and had the aroma and taste of apricots, so it was pared with the stronger blue cheese. The red wine was paired with the St. Marcelin and Chevre cheeses. Each wine ...