Citadines Lyon Part Dieu
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... small villages but there is not a whole lot to get excited over. The towns looks deserted and almost in ruins. If you didn't see new cars there you would think that this is a ghost town.
We have been driving through some of the wine region of France. Not as impressive as the Rhine region in Germany but maybe it will get better.
We stop in a small town to try and find some lunch. ...
... the same time. There are place holders for the screens for each square. They used to use wooden blocks, but now they use screens.
After that we got back on the bus and wound up in a HUGE traffic jam on the way to the Basilica of Fourviere, which is on the highest point (of course) in Lyon. The view was nice, supposedly we could see the office of Interpol, and across the river to Mont Blanc, the highest peak of the Alps in France.
... bring more than their fair share of bridges and what conjures up the romantic image of France better than a bridge? (ok, lots of things) Anyway... as Lyon's history unfolds so does its architecture. From ancient silk factories and roman ruins, and the medieval and renaissance buildings of the old city to the baroque and neoclassical buildings of the presqu'ile, to the ...
... started as a religious festival, in the 1800s the Prussians were advancing and the town prayed and the Prussians were held back. To give thanks, the locals lit candles and displayed them in their front windows, it has become the festival where reportedly four million visitors (number written out in case anyone thinks I have added a zero or two by mistake) make their way to Lyon. Lyon normally has a population of about half a million - so it is a very big deal! When booking ...
... specifically known as the La Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière. It was a 45 minute journey to the summit, but we got to see the majority of less famous sights and monuments of Lyon along the way. It was a very scenic journey in general, consisting of typical French alleyways, buildings, cobble stone roads, street cafés and a beautiful garden that you must travel through to get to the cathedral. We took ...