Appart'City Lyon Part-Dieu Villette
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... ll embark on an included tour to explore the beautiful Beaujolais region north of Lyon, home to 13 French wine appellations. You’ll see historic highlights including the Pierres Dorees—villages built of golden stone—and the 11th-century church of St. Matthews. Then you’ll meet a local vintner and taste a sampling ...
... of Gaul under the Romans, Lyon flourished as a Renaissance trading center based on its extensive silk industry. In a country known for its fine cuisine, Lyon is also known as a gastronomic capital. Your tour features Old Lyon, once hidden behind medieval ramparts. Among other important landmarks, you'll see the Basilica of Fourviere, which towers above the city.
Then, during ...
... the French countryside. When Battery Boy arrived at the apartment in the green Morgan Video Girl just sighed and said, "Well that's just great, now I'll have to go and buy a matching suitcase from Louis Vuitton."
Battery Boy also considered being the navigator for a change and letting Video Girl do some driving. But first he wanted to give her a driving test to establish if she was comfortable driving on the opposite side of the road. The driving test ...
... settling in France, and had to choose between Paris and Lyon, my choice would be Lyon, it seems to have it all, and it is also considered to be the food capital of the World/ France, which I guess is quite a big claim. http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2011/ feb/13/bill-buford-lyon-food-capital. We had several bouchonese meals in the Rue Merciere district and they were great, one of them in a restaurant named Grand Cafe des Negociants which opened in ...
... friends too. I discovered though that a lot of the women don't live close to Lyon at all, some traveled up to two hours to come, from places like Annecy, or even St Etienne, which is 45 minutes away. But they wanted to come to see the community and be part of it. I guess that's nice. I think there's a larger Filipino community in Australia than France, probably because the Philippines is closer to Australia. One girl I met has the same name as me. She only moved to France ...