Auberge de la Plaine
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... again. It is a gigantic open area and is right in the middle of town. Issy doesn't want to walk across it because it is covered in the fine gravel that they make tennis courts out of. I think it's called en-tout-cas. She says it goes into her sandals and makes her feet hurt. We wonder what they use this gigantic area for. Maybe they use it to play tennis. There's enough room here for a lot of courts. We walk into another square that has a lot of grass ...
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 ...
... little flower pots everywhere, quaint shops and restaurants. Not all open being All Saints day, but there was a church which seemed to have a steady flow of people. A Perouges speciality which is apparently the taste of the signature Galette de Pérouges - tarte au sucré. kind of pizza with sugar on top. they sell it out of the holes in buildings walls. It was quite nice, though cold would have been nicer warm, We ended ...
Lovely day for walking. Felt really quite easy going. Couple of rests. Usual lunch of banana/mars bars. (What did pilgrims eat before such things were available?). Spent some time walking on the old roman road as used by Sigeric the Serious c AD 990 (he is credited with writing the first guide book for the route). Road been used for well over 1000 years and still no service stations. Speaking of which I am not sure if I had ...
... got to see another very famous Lyon cathedral, Notre Dame de Fourvière. I was truly amazed by this cathedral...it was unlike any cathedral I had ever seen before--including England and Scotland. The ceilings were so high up, and they were intricately decorated and painted with superbly bright colors and gold. There were incredibly detailed paintings of Mary, Joseph and Jesus and all his disciples in addition to multiple different scenes from the Bible. The walls were decorated in ...