Premiere Classe Isle d'Abeau
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... really cool and everyone was really nice in the facility.
When were done with our tour we got ready to leave BD.
When we got back on the bus I wish we were able to visit the town BD was in because it seemed really quant and cute. Traveling through this part of France was beautiful. All the mountains were so pretty to look at.
But inevitably i feel asleep again on the bus.
When I woke up we were back in Lyon.
We were heading to the CEFAM ...
... dessert. The ice cream was way more creamy then I expected. When we were finish with dinner we adventured a little bit of Lyon.
Lyon is a beautiful city at night. When we got to the part where you can see the church on the hill, with the lights on it, I thought that was a breath taking view. I also loved all the open squares there were in Lyon. Ofcourse all the stores were closed so we could not shop. When we all got tired we went back to the hotel to get some good shut eye!
... they still use there. I was amazed that they were able to keep the stones in great shape, not only after all the uses, but the amount of time since their introduction. The process in which they introduce the mustard seeds to the stone, while incorporating the vinegar/verjuice was very informative, and gave me a good perception of how the process occurred. My roommate mike and I reported on the mill for our class presentation, and all the information synced up seamlessly ...
... by a Jamet St Joseph 2011 which was a little young but had vibrant fruit and worked well with the Pigeon. Just to put the cherry on top of this a second bottle was ordered which was a Maxime Graillot 2006 Cornas – WOW. What a great wine. This was a top year and the bouquet was just beautiful. The wine soft and subtle with silky tannins and a long fresh taste with great acidity.
Not a bad start to our ...
... numbers, 65 and 66 and thankfully deposited Rebecca and the hand luggage and started off to help Caitlin with the rest and find a spot for the suitcase, but a lady came along at that moment and told me I was in the wrong carriage (I should have gone right). So, I gathered things up and staggered bak down the train through 2 sets of glass doors to finally find our seats at the far end. It would actually have been quicker to get in the door of number ...