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Today was a day filled with lots of traveling to reach Lyon. The first stop was at La Fontainebleau, where a stunning chateau of Napolean was the site of the day. After a delicious cuppachino at a French bistro, the journey continued. After another 2 hours journey we reach Chateau De Cruix in the Boujelais Wine Region. The scenic hills of the vineyards surrounded us as we were given the opportunity to taste some of the award winning wine along with some ...
... certainly won't lie when I say food was my main objective in Lyon, but the beautiful old town, a UNESCO world heritage site, wasn't bad either.
We spent the weekend perusing the local shops, meanduring through old town, stopping every so often to have a nice tart framboise or a plate of charcuterie. It was certainly the ultimate French test! Hanna says I passed.
... Andrew and Stew went shopping and bought a number of white wines from the large wine aisle in the supermarket, only for us to find that it was the dessert/sweet wine aisle. Plenty of cooking wine anyway. Tina and I had a girls morning in Sarlet to check out the markets and shops and enjoyed a pleasant sit down lunch WITHOUT KIDS! On the Thursday the boys spent the morning golfing and we entertained the kids in the large garden. The ...
... coastline with many sandy beaches. Once out of Marseille, the driver put the hammer down and away we went, at speeds approaching 320 km/h. The 427 km/h we experienced on the Shanghai Maglev a few years ago may take some beating!
A very foggy day and often we could not see more than a kilometre or so from the train. However what we did see was as expected for this region of France. Lots of grapes, olives, corn/maize, and lavender. Plus ...
... out over the edge of the hill at the city of Lyon. Another great panoramic! France always surprises me no matter where I go, even though I've now been here for a month. The buildings and houses were so cool from that angle, and we could tell that we were in a European city just from the way everything was arranged--in basically no specific order at all. The French really do know how to make everything look pretty.
After going back down to the city, we ate lunch in ...
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