Campanile Lyon Bron Euroexpo
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... planned got cancelled and she
said that she could take us out to a great restaurant to eat some dishes
typical of Lyon. First, Elodie was a great little tour guide and a wonderful
person for taking some time out of her already busy week to show 5 strangers around
her city. She came and got us at our hostel and we walked, once again to the
old city of Lyon, all along the way Elodie was telling us all about the city
and what we should see and do the next ...
... amp; gold leaf and carvings on every part of the inside of the building. We them continued on the tour & wanted to get off again but we were a bit slow & had to walk back across the Saone. We had lunch & then walked to the furnicular which took us back up to the top of the ridge. We walked out of the station & then turned around & got back on & went back down again. Geoff tells me this is the oldest furnicular in the ...
... narrow stairways between tall buildings, the gentle light on the buildings when the sun appears, the shutters, the people on the streets.
We did our washing at a laundromat (lavarie) while shopping for dinner to have at home ... some brie for befores and Lyon sausages and veg for main. I think that aliens invented laundromats as an experiment into the nadir of human boredom. Invent an automated process, put it in a ...
... metro and no step from the train to the platform. I even saw an automated ramp extend to cover the gap between the train and the platform. The city had less cobbled-stone paths but many of the shops and restaurants had steps to enter. The older part of town clearly had more issues in terms of the accessibility, as noted by the OPAC man. One of the main reasons I had decided to come to Lyon was to see a free exhibit at the CAUE called "To ...
... discover these hidden pathways through the city, which you would not even know existed if you didn’t know where to look!
On the way we found the place des Terreaux which had an awesome fountain which was sculpted in the 19th Century by Fredric-Auguste Baratholdi who created the statue of Liberty!
We really enjoyed our time in Lyon and would definitely head back again.
Thanks for reading!
Ella & ...