Campanile Lyon Isle d'Abeau
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Mais oui! But of course! I will try to catch up on the days in the Novotel in Paris without wifi in the room, with only the French keyboard downstairs , with the 'a' and 'q' swapped, the 'm' hard to find, etc. Our tour guide Jean Phillipe is REALLY funny, he and his partner met in San Diego 20 years ago and got married in Santa Fe, NM last year. Barbara and Jay and their neighbors Bob ...
Lyon for us was a short stay, only three days, but it was a perfect break between Farm #1 and Farm #2. We did not do much sightseeing, as we were so close to the Rhone (river) that it tended to be our go-to spot. The metro system in Lyon is very updated and comfortable, and there are a few nice schools in Lyon, which ...
Today we woke up in Lyon to discover the perfect bit of grass nearby for soccer, just steps away from a "buy three, get one free" croissant bakery. The ideal combination, and Thomas' "brioche sucre" came with a red jam and chunks of marzipan filling. Lyonnaise cuisine should be far more popular. A Sunday market was just a block away for all our fresh fruit and produce cravings, along with a roast chicken and potatoes vendor who provided the perfect dinner to pop in ...
We took off walking this morning through the side streets of Lyon past shops of every kind and hundreds of restaurants heading for the information bureau to see what we want to not miss. On the way I took pictures in one of the pretty squares of 2 large statues. Why? Because they were of WOMEN! I also have a picture of Robin and me mainly to show my choice of an outfit. ...
... and thru tiny alleyways was a real experience. The old church was beautiful inside, we all wished we could have spent more time there.
On we went following the Rh˛ne River thru the Rh˛ne Valley on to Lyon.
Robert our guide took us on a extra little look at the Old Part of Lyon where during war times the alleyways were closed off by a ...