Campanile Lyon Isle d'Abeau
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... ll embark on an included tour to explore the beautiful Beaujolais region north of Lyon, home to 13 French wine appellations. You’ll see historic highlights including the Pierres Dorees—villages built of golden stone—and the 11th-century church of St. Matthews. Then you’ll meet a local vintner and taste a sampling ...
... 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 ...
... And after all, we were in Switzerland.
We begin the first leg ... I'll say this of all three stages: every train ran on time to the minute ... each train was smaller, the tracks down to one way, the valleys narrower, higher ... lakes, mountains, fir trees, lots of cows in lush green pastures. All the connections were easy.
Finally, two hours later, at about 5 o'clock, we arrive and there is Daniel with his ...
... u found that if i just didn't have enough energy to speak and think in French, I'd just go out or stay in my room. Anyways, I got a covoiturage at 12pm and made my way to Lyon. Then checked into my hostel. Not a bad place, but it's a bit dirty and so hot without any air-conditioning. And the wifi wasn't working. I'm posting this from the free wifi at Starbucks. But it's the only youth hostel in the city, unless I want to stay in an expensive hotel. Lyon ...
... cars and not a whole lot of parks!
In order to avoid driving in the city as much as we could we made use of their famous Velov bikes, which are like the Melbourne bikes, but people actually use them! Apparently the whole rent a bike system started in Lyon! It was a great way to see the city and allowed us to get around easily.
Whilst in Lyon we visited:
Place Bellacour, which is a large square with a big statue ...