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... confidence back! It’s strange to me what a difference it made. Even throughout today I felt like “I got this.”
I know I already said this but Lyon is a gorgeous city! I got to discover a lot more of it today and it’s just a really neat mix of village and city (pic 1 and pic 2). It has plenty of the little cobblestone roads where it’s scary to drive but fun to walk and beautiful architecture. I’m not a big architecture person but I ...
... impressed with Lyon, we spent the afternoon back in our room making a bit of a plan for the next week or so. We left the house to buy train tickets and something for dinner, and then sat around sipping tea and bad-mouthing the nasty French weather for the rest of the day. This city only made my blog because I want the map of my trip to be accurate. And I don't want to leave any days out, even if we really didn't do ...
We are leaving Chateau de Taney,St Didier sur Saone,it is such a lovely place...very luxurious and comfortable. Had a great breakfast in the old kitchen at a communal table with guests from England,China, Poland. Breakfast consisted of several kinds of bread...granary,dark rye and baguette plus croissants, pain au chocolate strong Cafe au Lait and OJ. Very nice presentation. Madame et Monsieur were very helpful and suggested we explore Lyon and the textile section of ...
... of Notre-Dame de Fourvière. There was no budget for the funicular train up to the top so we took challenge to the hundreds of stairs and what had become 35 degree day.
At the base of the hill is the "old town" which has cobbled stone walking streets, buskers and numerous bars, restaurants and tourist traps. A walk around there even without opening the wallet gave a true french impression.
... bullet, but an artillery shell.
We came to, and rode up the hill into, the village of St. Romain, which Manu had raved about. We had our first delightful interaction at a little traditional café with all the family present. In addition to the requisite thimbleful of espresso, we shared a little fondant chocolat which brought tears to our eyes. Fait en maison, the patronesse was happy to tell us. Phyllis quickly turned them into ...