Balladins Lyon Est St Exupery Superior
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... did not get to Lyon until 6.30 when it was incredibly dark but it did start snowing. We had a quick freshen up at the restaurant before we made our way into town to get dinner and try some fine French cuisine! We kind of had our own freedom to go wherever we wanted for dinner and we found a nice restaurant with an English menu and were quite happy to settle there. The food was some of the best I have had. I had pork pate for entree, beef with red wine ...
... Tonight Nicole and I made crepes before going out to a jazz club (where the music was good, but the bartender messed up my order). It was a short night out and we made it home by 2:30 after eating a Kebab. Side note: I love the weekend night busses
I cannot believe I've only been in France for half a month already! I've experienced a lot and I am looking forward to what these next months hold.
Today I ...
... directly to English tourists to come and shop here? That equals a lot of English accents carrying a lot of shopping bags and one horrible looking restaurant called " Les Fish 'n Chips". So after a trip back to the local grocery store we made dinner, watched Argentina beat Belgium, and then Thomas requested lights out Tomorrow we are looking forward to a new day of exploring Vieux Lyon and staying away from the SOLDE ("on sale") signs ...
... restaurants specialising in offal! I guess my research must have shown that I would get something to eat! Fortunately the waiter understood that I didn't eat meat so proposed an onion tart for starters (which was fabulous) then pike which turned out to be like a soufflé of fish cooked in a seafood (very rich) sauce. No green vegetable in sight! Then cheese - which was a piece of runny Camembert and then to finish a slice of chocolate tart in ...
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We made it to Chateau de Rully without further incident and the group were introduced to the young Count Rully who lives in the Chateau with his wife and children. The chateau is a medieval fortress built in the 12th century, since its the origin the castle has been kept in the same family. After a guided tour and tasting we left the Chateau only 20 minutes or so ahead of schedule but I don't think Gerry cared, he'd had a great day.