B&B Hotel Lyon Centre Monplaisir
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... hill journey in creaky train. Didn't, look that far and there were some impressive Roman ruins on the way. Distance can be deceptive at times! An hour of very hot walking later we finally reached our sanctuary in the traboule. Just in time for me, not feeling too well and promptly made another donation to the very well fed ( courtesy of yours truly) sewer rats of Lyon! Was several hours before we ventured out again. Not feeling too bad now so took the short walk across to a very ...
... Security Insurance for France. After that, Nicole, Katy and I went to Parc Tete d'hors. We got there too late for the zoo so I will go back sometime earlier in the day when the zoo is open to see all of the animals.
I found the swing/lindy/blues dance crowd in Lyon tonight. for 4E you got a drink and a night of dancing. I find it a bit more intimidating than the salsa nights because people are more chatty, but I found ...
... models of film sets made by different craftsmen. We then travelled up the fernicular to the basilica and Roman ruins. On arriving back in Old Lyon we wandered the streets and found some of the unique passageways called traboules which were used during the time of the silk industry. It was then time for a rest and a quiet drink at a cafe before a little more exploring through the old ...
... the next morning (mid day) to wonder around Viex Lyon and Fourviere. The old city (Viex=Old) was so perfect. Nothing out of place on the cobblestone streets. We found a really old Absinthe store and grabbed a cheeky bottle for later, including instructions on how to prepare it with sugar and dripping water. Nice! Steph also found the old town chocolatier who played mind games with her order (Parlez vous Anglais). The funicular took us to Fourviere, giving us a great view of Lyon, ...