Campanile Lyon Isle d'Abeau
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... northern section of the city - a lake with ducks, geese and guinea fowls abound.
I loved the local market at the top of the second hill in Lyon - where rockmelons are as orange as the brightest orange I am tempted to wear and the ripe flavours permeate the air around them.
walks though the narrow Renaissance streets and the hidden tunnels that allow you to walk unseen from one street though to the next. hidden courtyards, ancient balconies, winding ...
Such a lovely morning that we delay setting off and have a potter around Besancon. It is a really charming town and we will definitely come back again. We do discuss idea of staying for a week now but in the end decide to continue south to be sure of hotter weather. South to Lyon, another Mercure chain ...
... of just a few sets of arm warmers), I didn't specifically recall most of the route. There were plenty of rolling hills with modest ascents and fun descents.
We stopped again at La Tour-du-Pin for lunch. I'm sure I pulled in to the same patisserie as last time, and picked up a very decadent macaron and a bottle of fizzy lemon drink to go with the small sandwich I made at breakfast. We all gathered at in the same park as two years ago to ...
... Lyon to explore France’s second largest city. Did you get that,... France’s second largest city,.. after Paris. ...
... the street I had found stopped and then continued further on, where I would pick it up. Her directions got me yet ever closer before once again I had to inquire. All in all it took me about half the time to get to Saint Priest and half to find the hotel once having got there. If you've ever been to France you will understand; if all you know is North American grid system then it must seem puzzling indeed.
But once settled in I was ...