Best Western Saphir Lyon
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7th August- Pretty sailing along the Saone River in the direction of Lyon. Just outside the city we saw the Paul Bocuse restaurant. Once we were moored in Lyon we did a city tour beginning with the hill of Fourviere to see the beautiful cathedral and city views. Many wonderful mosaics on the interior walls. Then it was down to the old city below the hill. Went through one of the hidden lane ways called traboules used by the silk weavers to transport ...
... sat down on an old church steps and ate some of our fruit. The cherries were the best cherries I had ever had in my whole life. We ate most of the cherries and a peach each then headed off for the rest of our hike. When we arrived the church bells went off and it was the perfect moment. We had an amazing view of the beautiful city below us and enjoyed it all before we went. in. The church was amazing, and just added to the majesty of the city below it. ...
smooth cruising through my intern-ship
I left the US to go to France to experience the professional life in a two month intern-ship. The student rhythm and the professional one being very different, I was able to fully enjoy the city between the night trips to the Rhône and the few week-end walking here and there. ...
... shift from
rolling hills, to green peaks, to snow-covered mountains was quite
breathtaking. Although, I hate driving up mountains especially when there
aren’t barriers. But we arrived right before lunch, and the sun was hitting the
mountains just right.
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This post is already long enough, so I’ll update you on my skiing
adventures in Part ...
The second pilgrimage.
My journey to Marist places of origin and pilgrimage began in Lyons where the idea conceived some years earlier of establishing a Society dedicated to Mary emerged.
Lyons is the second largest city in France and dates back to the year 43 BC. A plaque on the hill of Fourviere marks the spot where Lucius Munatius Plancus perform the founding rites of the colony Lugdunum and as is said too often " the rest is history". But it ...