Who wouldn’t want to have lunch here on a beautiful June day? Lion d’Or in Romorantin in Sologne. We appropriately had an excellent cour cheverny made with romorantin grapes imported here by François I from Burgundy in 1519.
Qui ne voudrait pas déjeuner ici une belle journée de juin? Le Lion d’or à Romorantin en Sologne. Bien sûr nous avons bu un excellent cour cheverny fait avec le cépage de romorantin que François I a fait venir en 1519 en provenance la Bourgogne.
5 replies on “Courtyard lunch – Déjeuner dans la cour”
That’s a very lovely courtyard! The metalwork on the balconies are beautiful, too.
I’d be afraid that if I ate lunch there, I would never leave.
@Hilda – I love wrought-iron work.
@William – that’s for sure!
@Stuart – It really was quite perfect out in the courtyard
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