Campanile Lyon Isle d'Abeau
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... tradition of buying a couple
of fresh pastries for breakfast, went to the tunnel, and yes it was super cool and
I’m so glad Elodie had remembered about it last minute and told us to check it
out. We walked back to the old town of Lyon, took a little ride up to the most
beautiful church I have EVER seen. I could have sat inside of there all day and
just looked at the intricate details. It was called Notre-Dame de Fourviere.
Next on our ...
From Lyon, where the Saone flows into the Rhone, we started our cruise of the Rhone River. First stop (on 27 Sept) was at Vienne in the Beaujolais region. Vienne was settled by the Romans and has a large number of Roman remains, including parts of the town wall, a Temple, an Odeon and a theatre (40-50AD) which is still used! Our guide showed us how many of the materials used in the Roman buildings had been recycled over the ...
We left our perfect little mountain paradise (thank god as we probably would go broke if we spent anymore time there) and caught the train across the rest of Switzerland into France. We are staying by the river in lyon, known for its good food. In fact there are more restaurants here per metre ...
... confidently and in time. (Well spent effort: we got seriously lost and confused on the practice run.) Amazingly, we got an email Tuesday afternoon from our original Lyon Warmshowers hosts and we were able to share a truly delightful last night's supper with them at their favorite pizza restaurant. After that we took the subway and bus back to our campground to grab a few final hours of sleep before making it to the airport, as practiced, at 4 ...
... and cooking non stop, but I have been exhausted.
So back to the cooking. We have been learning how to chop, including making tomato roses and carrot flowers (responsible for the first time I cut myself). We have also learnt how to turn (carve) vegetables, so they look a little bit like mini footballs. They are about 6 cm long and about 1 cm wide. While pretty, don't expect that anyone coming to dinner at my place will ever see me turn vegetables, one of the more crazy parts of ...