Citadines Lyon Part Dieu
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... imposing fellow, obliged, making the little old man very grateful. I thought that was the end of it but the larger man went a step farther. He disappeared into the store behind us and reappeared with a sturdy, cloth bag, with handles which he helped the old man put all his things into. The whole thing touched me with its simple kindness. Nothing earth shattering but making the life of one old man just a little bit easier.
I was surprised to find out that Lyon ...
... of silk.) They also showed us how to paint scarves on velvet (rayon.) This panting of the velvet on a scarf usually takes ten hours. Needless to say, these are expensive. This was nice and you could buy silk scarves or ties afterward. They had a number of art scarves since they have a contract to make scarves for museums. I bought two Van Gogh and one Monet.
After the demonstration we had our daily meeting. Then we had dinner. The food is very good. I ...
Today was an early day. We had to meet in the hotel lobby at 5:45 to catch a 6:20 train to Marseille. We arrived in Marseille around 8:20. My first impression was that although there are some beautiful views of the Mediterranean, this was a dirty city. We got on a bus from the train station to go visit the Port de Fos. Along the way, I noticed there was a lot of graffiti on the side of the highway.
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Lyon was a 'transition city' for me. There are no flights to Annecy, so the easiest way is the train from Lyon. Similarly, there are no trains from Annecy to Colmar, so the easiest way is to go back to Lyon for the direct train. Transition cities have some inherent problems, namely getting in too late so there's nothing left to do but the hotel check-in, and being disinterested due to excitement over your final destination the following day. That was my experience in ...