Hotel Athena Part Dieu
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... wines accompanied by local specialties for a truly French degustation.
Tonight you'll delight in an onboard theme dinner paying tribute to France. Following dinner, enjoy some scenic night cruising, to reveal the illuminating charms of Lyon from your view upon the water. After your cruise, you'll remain docked in Lyon overnight.
... Discovery Series event, you'll visit a local workshop to learn the secrets of creating delicately painted silk scarves. It was in Lyon that the Jacquard loom (named for its French inventor), the first automatic loom able to weave complex patterns, was invented.
This evening features the Captain’s Welcome Reception and a port talk, followed by the Captain’s Welcome Dinner.
Well actually, two months have passed in the blink of an eye and I have to say we've loved every minute of it. Somewhere between being thousands of years old (it was the capital of ancient Gaul) and being surrounded by the best wine/cheese country in the world, Lyon has had time to refine an art of living that has managed to seduce a cross-section of even the ...
... nice when it gets warmer. When we went out on saturday night it was an 8euro taxi home from Vieux Lyon( old lyon the restaurant/club/beautiful part of town) which was awesome, especially divided by 4 people. It seems like the temperate is similar to a Dunedin winter. All the aussie kids are struggling a bit! They have emphasized the dangers for women here, not a pleasant thought, and now understand why french people come across cold. We have been ...
... is my residence, covered in snow. It has been crazy-the city does not know how to cope. Snow and ice covered The Streets, buses stopped running, closed airports and the city went into chaos. I was held captive in my room in the residence for about 3 days Because there was just nothing to do outside. I started going mad and I drew many pictures to make time go faster. Those days were hard because no one else was at the ...