ResidHotel Lyon Lamartine
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... potato for main and tiramisu for dessert. We were going to have snails but nobody else at the table was interested and they only came on a plate of 20 and I doubt we were going to eat a whole plate. Jordan had a goats cheese salad that he was not too fond of so switched with a guy who got the chicken gizzard salad and he loved it. He then had a chicken with a very nice cheesy sauce and then crime caramel for dessert. It was all stunning and delicious food. ...
... Ellie, Corrine, and I had dinner with a really sweet older French couple. We had wine, saussison (sausage), and chips for appetizers before eating this delicious casserole that had vegetables, meat, and creamy cheesy goodness. After dinner there was a cheese board and a pineapple dessert thing-wasn't my favorite- and I had some herb tea (which wasn't bad). My favorite part of the evening though may have been when I made friends with the cat. I've ...
... so far was why they built it on the hill. Next, back to the ship and we were caught in a thunderstorm that hit just as we embarked from the coaches. Once we were dry, we were forced to eat AGAIN as it was lunchtime. After lunch we rested as we cruised back to Lyon along the Saone River and into the Rhone River and on to Vienne for the evening. The top deck was totally dismantled and the bridge lowered as far as it could ...
... lovely evening and I'm glad I've met some people who speak French, as that's really what I'm here to do.
My plan for Sunday was to organise the next leg of my trip as I was due to leave on Monday. But when I asked to use the computer in the hostel I was told that it was broken. The girl at reception told me where to find some Internet cafes in the city. In the end I decided not to go trailing round and went out for the day with a group ...
... watch the race pass through, then follow if from there into Lyon.
Early on we realized it was going to be a long day and, whilst cool following the valley out of Vichy, likely to be hot when we started to climb.
The first stop was a little village to re-group and stretch the legs. Big Chateau, monuments to Francois Riboulet, a member of the French Rsistance who died in a Nazi Prison camp (and presumably a village local) - and the obligatory puncture.
Then it was ...