Best Hotel Lyon Saint Priest
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... this was that I actually got to walk through them to another room. It was one of those moments when it kinda hit me that I was walking through something over two thousand years old and used to be in a totally different world.
Remember those intricately carved cylinders that I took a picture of a couple days back in one of those cities in one of those museums. Yeah, those ones. Well today I put two and two together and realized that they were used to seal documents. It ...
Vienne is one of the oldest cities in France.
In Roman times it was a wine center. It latter became a major religious center.
The ancient Roman Theater is used today for summer jazz concerts.
The Temple of Augustus and Livia was turned into a church in the Middle Ages.
The Archaeological Garden of Cybele is what used to be a Roman neighborhood with houses, a forum and a municipal assembly house. (Don't look for flowers.)
7:00AM- 10:00AM: Breakfast in the hotel breakfast room on the ground floor, near
the reception desk
7:25AM: Meet in hotel lobby ready to depart
7:30AM: Full day private coach for excursion to Burgundy (approximately 2.5 hours)
10:00AM: Visit of the Moutarderie Fallot in Beaune
11:30AM-1:45PM: Lunch at Le Belena
2:00PM: Visit to the Hospices de ...
... amazing." So Video Girl and Battery Boy set off from Fourviere Hill to Les Mur de Canuits, crossing two rivers and weaving their way through breathless streets in the blistering heat for a leisurely stroll of eight kilometres. After climbing the last kilometre of steps designed to replicate climbing K1 we arrived at Les Mur de Canuits.
"So where is this Canuits thing, and what is it?", Battery Boy asked. Video Girl replied, "Turn ...