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Salut mes chatons!
Finally got to go snowboarding again! Which, as always, was a bit terrifying at first! The first half of the day was spent on green slopes, mostly a bunny hill with a moving carpet to get us back up to the top. After feeling a little bit more confident, Laura and I moved on to two other green slopes that met at the bottom of the bunny hill. This was also a terrifying experience because it ...
... my arriving at the hotel needed some explanation. I looked around the foyer at the broken arm chair and the plastic tables, for a moment I hoped my room had been double booked, sadly it hadn't. "restaurant" I gestured, pretending to put imaginary food in my mouth. I already knew the answer. A Galic shrug of the shoulders told me I was a fool to ask. What was I thinking, stupid Englishman arriving at my hotel with such ridicules expectations. After all it was 9:10 pm !
... guide too us to a bar she likes called the fairy bar ..I think. It was a hike to get there, we could almost see the sea if it was daylight, but that bar was very cool. It was like walking into fairy garden with a giant tree sprawling out in the middle, a waterfall towards the back, and garden chairs and tables squished in around one another. This evenings drink was sangria!
Chateau de Fontage in France http://www.chateau-de-fontager.com/chat eau.html
... burnt paper. As if the core dish was not rich enough, it was dressed in gold leaf just to rub it in a little more.
I felt like a marathon runner having competed my course – not worn out, elated but somehow drained. There were small chocolate demi-spheres with liquid fillings to soften the blow with a lovely double espresso and somehow I found room for a small Marc – actually an eau du vie from Chapoutier which was ...
... only female chef to attain such an accolade in France, Ann-Sophie.
Tonight, as if I had not eaten and drank enough today, I joined the brave and the foolish to dine in the modern bistro – a clean and simple affair themed on the Michelin Route 7 which passes outside the door (read the Food Snob article for more). This has slate tables and down lighting with red touches and feels like a branch of Roche Bobois. The menu is quirky ...
Other places to stay in Tournon
ZAC du Tetrapole du bois de l'ile, Tournon | 2 star hotelfrom $47