Appart'City Lyon Part-Dieu Villette
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Woke up to a bfast of croissants and breads which we hardly ate but could not believe ! The parents helped us to plan our day and we set off to find a wine tasting. We were lucky to find one at midday which let us come in and try some Lovely wines We only bought two ...
After accidentally heading to beaune for 30 minutes, I turned around and headed to Lyon, scared it was going to be the hardest city to navigate in a car - turns out it is pretty easy to get around aside from the end with one way streets. After about 30 minutes we dubbed Lyon the spew patch capital of France, counting 6 spew patches within that short period of time and 5 more the next morning. Despite Lyon being a respected food city, we were sick of french ...
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My first impression of Lyon is that it is a beautiful, old city. The vibe here is much more relaxed than Paris. It also feels more open and less crowded. The people seem more friendly. They really seemed to appreciate my attempts to communicate without speaking French. I look forward to getting an opportunity to try some restaurants. I have heard so much about how good the food is in Lyon.
... nine of us hopped the tram, then the subway, into the city.
The first bike shop we found had what I needed and the kind fellow there even let me have it at no charge. Karma! Then we kept walking, crossing a bridge over the Rhône River, and found a pleasant street of restaurants. At the end of the block was the restaurant where Caroline, Carole & I ate last year, but we chose another one that specialized in meat, Le Bouchon ...
... he joined another tour and we crossed paths, which didn't happen. As soon as our tour was over, Ed and I raced back to the hotel and texted Ian and he arrived back about 15 minutes later (Ed was very happy to see him). We had a quick dinner and then headed back over to the peninsula. The light shows are amazing - a mixture of projected shows set to music, light sculptures, static light displays projected on buildings, bands and parades. There were lots of people and it was lots of ...