Formule 1 Lyon Vaulx Village Villeurbanne
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... rose gardens, straight into the Zoo and saw lots of animals from the bike on open but secure settings eg lions, giraffes, deer, flamingos etc. It was 10km round trip and it was really fun, after all these years. I did use the electric assist a few times but still had a sore derrière and jellylike knees at the end. Fantastic. We are due to depart early hours of tomorrow morning and cruise Rhone valley till lunch time. More ...
... lavender flavour, which was really delicious.
Back up the enormous cobbled street, the ice cream was worked off. How steep is our street? "The montée du Gourguillon has a length of 400 meters with a climb of 53
meters, which represents a slope of just over 7.5° on average. The
street is wholly paved and has no sidewalk from its bottom to its
intersection with the montée des Épies and has at regular intervals
(every 10 meters) small steps ...
... at restaurants is always a bit terrifying because there is a large chance that the simple meat you think you ordered is actually the intestine, bladder, liver, or testicle of whatever meat you originally wanted.
Whenever you come into a restaurant, you are already on the waiter's bad side. They don't get tipped, so you are nonessential and inconveniencing them by being there.
Roller blades and scooters are no longer a pre-teen pastime but an essential form ...
... that otherwise yummy choice. Lots more walking the rest of the day across and down the Rhone River and through more wonderful streets of Lyon. This city is just the right size and offers beautiful architecture, parks, flowers, trees, stores, and much more. We are back in our cute apartment resting and blogging. Tonight we might just stay here. Tomorrow we have to get going by ...
... the (pretty amusing) audio-guide, I realise the basement looks full of restorations-in-progress, also very awesome. Back to the audio-guide: one exhibit showed many precious marbles and where they came from, while the guide explained that these were far beyond MY humble means and that they had been hand-polished by convicts, whose fate it hoped I would not share. I plan to eat lunch out and it's meant to be fun but it's not. I'm confused about the ...