Campanile Lyon - Dardilly Porte de Lyon
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... saying thank you and bye in French.
When I got back to the hotel it was time for me to get ready for our trip. I straighten my hair, put on some makeup, and got dress. We all meet int he lobby around10:50.
However not all of us were present. We were missing four! But they eventually all found their way to the bus after waiting just a little bit. Stores were open and people were going about their everyday activities.
When I got on the bus to BD, I ...
... dessert. The ice cream was way more creamy then I expected. When we were finish with dinner we adventured a little bit of Lyon.
Lyon is a beautiful city at night. When we got to the part where you can see the church on the hill, with the lights on it, I thought that was a breath taking view. I also loved all the open squares there were in Lyon. Ofcourse all the stores were closed so we could not shop. When we all got tired we went back to the hotel to get some good shut eye!
... eye on turns out to be fully booked. I had entertained thoughts of eating at the same place as last night, but a sign in their window says "complet" too. So we head over the river to the peninsula to see if pickings are better there. We fail to find our second choice, a restaurant that we had noticed in earlier wanderings that looked quite flash, decorated in Belle Époque style, but nonetheless had a large TV screen in one corner; as the All Blacks are ...
Day 14 Masseux to Condrieu
43 miles 143 mtrs climbed
Day started by following the Saone through Lyon, with a stop at the market to buy lunch & a coffee in the Place Bellecourt. All very easy with plenty of bike lanes etc.
Picked up a voie verte at Givors with the help of two French ladies who were travelling in the same direction. This took us all the way to ...
... the (pretty amusing) audio-guide, I realise the basement looks full of restorations-in-progress, also very awesome. Back to the audio-guide: one exhibit showed many precious marbles and where they came from, while the guide explained that these were far beyond MY humble means and that they had been hand-polished by convicts, whose fate it hoped I would not share. I plan to eat lunch out and it's meant to be fun but it's not. I'm confused about the ...