Hotel Bayard Bellecour
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... I could tell she totally loved this
city and it was great being influenced by the perspective of somebody who had
lived there for about 10 years already.
The restaurant we ate at was great. Crowded, but great…and
that’s why it was crowded. There was a wonderful “formula” we could get for 17
euros and it included an entrée, the meal and a dessert. I had sausages on
lentils in a red wine sauce for my entrée, YUM. Next was fish ...
... resistance people and Jews in Lyons, the French Resistance Centre, that were tortured and killed. Returned to the Place du Terreaux and made our way over the river back to the Lyon Vieu old town where we had a couple of beers at a pub and then a really delicious Lyons local fare at a delightful restaurant. This is an amazing city.
... out the TV and the couch (of course). The second, was check out the free zoo at the Park.
Ok. Tete D'or deserves a post of it's own, but I am sneaking it in to this post nonetheless. This park is the largest city park in Europe and is a hub of activity in Lyon. It is always buzzing with joggers, cyclists, boaters, children, lovers, artists, readers, people-watchers, and camera-toting ...
... but the facilities are good and as its all gravel no mud to worry about from the rain!
We took the bus into Lyon for a look around the city with no expectations but it was a nice city and easy to get around.
Now that its dry, we hope it will stay that way as staying / sleeping in the van with the rain pouring down is a pretty miserable place to be!!
... that they can't be that mad at the world. Or at least they're mad enough to protest and go on strike, but not mad enough to inconvenience anyone too roughly. They're such an odd personality. And they've got a bit of an arrogance to them. Although keep in mind that I'm generalising a lot here, not everyone is like this. But I think they're curious about the other, the foreigner. I suppose, as a foreigner myself, I could compare them to the US, but of the ...