Hotel Akena Rillieux La Pape
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... tradition of buying a couple
of fresh pastries for breakfast, went to the tunnel, and yes it was super cool and
I’m so glad Elodie had remembered about it last minute and told us to check it
out. We walked back to the old town of Lyon, took a little ride up to the most
beautiful church I have EVER seen. I could have sat inside of there all day and
just looked at the intricate details. It was called Notre-Dame de Fourviere.
Next on our ...
... going up the funicular to the Notra Dame de Fourviere. Had to walk down the hill as the furnicular wasn’t working at the time.
Walked to the Place du Terreaux and took the Metro and tram to the Centre d’Histoire de la Resistance et de la Deportation which was interesting yet rather depressing all ...
... streets, an impressive Place de la Republique, Hotel-Dieu, Hotel-de-Ville and an 11th century Cathedral. The latter was hosting an exhibition celebrating the 1700th (!!!) anniversary of the Council of Arles. Arles makes much of its Van Gogh connection – he lived in Arles for a year and spent time in the Hotel-Dieu after a mental breakdown. He painted a number of Arles scenes and there are placards ...
... on one of them...I must say it took quite an effort if will to do so....I expected sirens to go off at any second.
A mosaic of a swastika draws the eye, but we are reminded by the notes that this was a symbol of good luck and other positive connotations for 3,000 years before it was ...
... pharmaceuticals and software. I had picked Lyon as a destination because it was centrally located and is considered the gateway to the Alps, which we wanted to see. The vibe is very different than Paris - way more relaxed, even though the greater Lyon area has almost 1.5mm people living there. We changed and went to dinner at Le Centre, which is part of celebrity chef Georges Blanc's empire. This restaurant was quite modern and obviously very new. Lots of bright red and ...