Campanile Lyon - Dardilly Porte de Lyon
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... too much about
it. A couple days later, I thought of Lyon and why it sounded so familiar, I
finally thought, oh, maybe this is the city that Candice’s friend lives in, I’ll
have to ask her. After a Facebook message or 2, I was set up with Elodie’s
contact info and she said for sure she’d like to show us around a bit, but she
would be busy at the end of the month, so she’ll see what she could do.
Some things that ...
... hotel with half dry clothes every where! 19/10/2014 Sunday Our last day in France - how sad ! But also it's a bit exciting to be going to Spain tomorrow . This morning we walked to the hop on hop off bus for a tour of lyon. It's a great way to see a place when you don't have much time. We went up to the Notre Dame Basilica & went in there - they were having Mass at the time. It was probably the most ornate of the church's we've been in ...
... Being used to protestant minimalism, this place is NOT that. Elaborate, fantastical, more baroque than baroque ... maximal. A feast for the eyes, on a hill from which all of Lyon can be seen and even Italy on a clear day.
We came down a switchback path through gardens and then endless stairs to the old town, coming out on the street we're staying on, by pure chance. Can't get enough of the cobblestone narrow roads, ...
... support. He thoroughly explained many of the dynamics at play in these buildings including the funding, social supports, cultural dynamics and challenges they face in management – he was very helpful!
Unfortunately, my next few stops were not as successful as my first, but the attempt to find them gave me a chance to see many parts of the city. Like Rennes, Lyon had a much more accessible public transportation system with lifts ...
... more frustrating and with no prize at the end!
Lots of the doors we wanted to get through were locked as they are now entrances to apartments and require a code to access.
Whilst on the trail we did discover that a few of the Traboules have been marked for tourists so we were able to follow a few, however some of the signs have been removed and still some of the entrances were blocked. It was very exciting and ...