Aux Relais Bleus
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... the same time. There are place holders for the screens for each square. They used to use wooden blocks, but now they use screens.
After that we got back on the bus and wound up in a HUGE traffic jam on the way to the Basilica of Fourviere, which is on the highest point (of course) in Lyon. The view was nice, supposedly we could see the office of Interpol, and across the river to Mont Blanc, the highest peak of the Alps in France.
... that flow north- south. These rivers converge at the south end of Lyon (the area is aptly called Confluence) creating three main areas: the west bank or old city, the centre between the two rivers called presqu'ile (almost island), and the east part of the city-- also the newest. The west and north are hilltops with glorious Fouviere church ever present in your sights. ...
... tried to join our pelaton, he only managed this for 200 metres such was the blistering pace.
Stayed at the Trielle Muscate in Cliousclat, our most expensive yet, with a highly recommended restaurant. Fantastic meal with a decent bottle of Croze Hermitage. For those of you worrying that our wine consumption has dropped, we did have a bottle of Voigner first.
... and has their own little story, sadly some are only accessible with a guide as people do not appreciate them or the history they portray. We also go to learn about a little puppet invented in Lyon who was used when people had dental work done, I suppose you had three choices, anaesthesia if you could afford it, the puppet show to distract you if you had a little money and if you had nothing then no relief at all. I am not sure I would have liked a puppet show ...
... was absolutely stunning, the only downside was the weather which was foggy so we couldn't make out much of the city. Roman Theatre. This may be why Lyon is a UNESCO world heritage sight. They have their own roman theatre which was built in 15BC. It's amazing how intact the sight was. Being that the Amphitheater is on the Fourviere hill, the view was as stunning as the one from the Basilica. Place ...