Appart'City Lyon Part-Dieu Garibaldi
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I had my first Airbnb experience whilst in Lyon. For those who don't know Airbnb is a community of people who either have accommodation available or are looking for somewhere to stay. I stayed with a lovely girl called Leila an her cat Oiseau (it means bird in french). It was a great experience to stay and chat to a local. I will happily be ...
Today is my only full day in Lyon before I leave for Paris tomorrow. Last night the housemate at my Airbnb stay invited me to join her and a friend at her favourite market in the ____ area of Lyon. Being that food markets are one of my fav things to visit I of course said yes.
So at 10:30am today we set off taking the underground to the nearest station and then walking down. We got a bread roll from the local bakery and walked down to take in a ...
... let us taste!) and I bought some mustards to bring home for my family. I enjoyed seeing a place with so much history, still doing the work that got them here today.
We had lunch in a restaurant in Beaune, and then we went to Hospices de Beaune. It was an old hospital with a lot of great art. It's been turned into a kind of museum, celebrating and commemorating its own history. The chapel was beautiful, and it ...
This week there are no classes, they start next week. So I have been busy moving out of my host family's house and into my own apartment. It wasn't working out for me in the home stay and I'm enjoying Lyon so much more now that I am living on my own! I moved into my new place on Tuesday.
The rest of the week I have spent figuring out a new side of Lyon over by my apartment. The city is much bigger ...
... amazing." So Video Girl and Battery Boy set off from Fourviere Hill to Les Mur de Canuits, crossing two rivers and weaving their way through breathless streets in the blistering heat for a leisurely stroll of eight kilometres. After climbing the last kilometre of steps designed to replicate climbing K1 we arrived at Les Mur de Canuits.
"So where is this Canuits thing, and what is it?", Battery Boy asked. Video Girl replied, "Turn ...