Grand Hotel de la Paix
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... in a city and having different meetings going on.
When were upstairs next to the office of CEFAM and took a picture next to the office it was cool to see the Rider logo on the CEFAM poster.
We finally were able to leave CEFAM to go to our cocktail hour.
We went to a bar near CEFAM. The handed out juice and wine. I was so hungry that I did not think I could drink wine right away because it would go straight to my head, so I drank juice until I was ...
... that pretty because everything is dead but we discovered a lot of cool things in the park. It has a botanical garden, rose garden and a free zoo. It was too cold for some of the animals so they weren't all out but we got to see a few of them. I definitely want to return when the weather warms up!
Then today we went up to the second hill in Lyon (the first is Fourviere). There ...
... I had Rick Steves France guide book downloaded on my iphone kindle app., and this was excellent to have with me to get oriented and to see what is what. He has walking directions there of Vieux Lyon, Presqu’ile and Fourvier Hill. So I crossed Place Bellecour and walked over to the Bonaparte Bridge, which is very central to everything and leads directly across the river to the funicular for the ride to Fourvier Hill. Instead of taking the funicular, I ...
... travelling at 130 kph it was one lane travelling at 10 kph.
About 3.30 p.m. Video Girl and Battery Boy needed a break so they left the tollway and drove into the little town of Beaune for a late lunch. It is a quaint little town with a tree-lined city square complete with an ornate carousel filled with smiling, laughing children. The downside to this picturesque village is that once again it had been invaded, this time by loud, pompous wine bankers ...
... attractions. For tourists, the bikes can be rented by the day or week but locals would generally have an annual subscription, and the idea is to keep as many cars off the road as possible, and encourage people to ride to work or a metro or bus station. We rented the bikes for €1.50 per day plus a rate per hour, but if your trip is less than 30 minutes it is free, so we managed to ride from our hotel to most of the tourist spots in under 30 ...