Pavillon De La Rotonde
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Charbonnieres-les-Bains
... Stews request. I think the scallops, or maybe the wild boar and lemon tart were my favourites! Lemon meringue tart, Chocolate surprise and Tarte Tatin with the richest caramel sauce - also yummmmm. Not sure any of us really appreciated the froi gras that the region is known for! Duck or foie gras was on every menu we looked at in all the little restaurants... those that know me well know that's pretty much the only thing I won't eat! ...
... that flow north- south. These rivers converge at the south end of Lyon (the area is aptly called Confluence) creating three main areas: the west bank or old city, the centre between the two rivers called presqu'ile (almost island), and the east part of the city-- also the newest. The west and north are hilltops with glorious Fouviere church ever present in your sights. ...
... respite from the clamour of Old Lyon and the tourist area of Fourviere Hill. The oldest section was closed off, but we still saw some tombs dating back to early 1800s. One family tomb had 9 members interred dating from 1805, the most recent 2005, imagine being able to keep the family together like this for eternity! Wouldn't happen in NZ. We left the cemetery looking for somewhere to sit and have our picnic. The street sign pointed to an ancient ...
... that was built for three people. I was scared that someone would get hurt the whole time but no one did and they were all laughing the whole time. We spent two hours there and they were quite exhausted for the remainder of the day.
Other than that my week has been uneventful making this one post sufficient and it makes me feel less guilty for not doing any others.
I bought a straightener this past weekend... I suppose that is worth mentioning unless you are a man then ...
... thing, as all I can find are pubs, fish and chip shops, and burger places. I settle for a salad, but the dressing isn't what I was told and I'm seized by misery and frustration not knowing what I'm eating but clear that the server had no clue about 'sans gluten' as he stopped by again to ask why I hadn't touched the bread then asked the neighbouring table if they spoke English when I repeated 'sans gluten'. I know my accent must suck, but others have managed ...