Mercure Lyon Brotteaux
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... but I had to go to the school in the morning to try to figure out how to take ballet classes with the university's sports program. I ended up going to the mall to kill time before class and made a friend who made me speak French (although he could speak some English) while I was crocheting a hat. Classes ran until 8PM today, now I'm starting to understand why the French generally eat dinner later.
Today I had early classes ...
... to a museum that explained how silk was made and threaded together to make really pretty tapestries. Lyon's economy was built on the weavers and we learned all the history of the art. It was amazing that it took so long and caused many health problems for the workers.
Tonight I am going out to experience the French night life, I'm very excited to see what it's all about!
... br> Tonight Video Girl and Battery Boy were dining at Gourmet de Seze, at 129 rue de Seze, Lyon, the restaurant owned by Michelin-starred chef, Bernard Mariller who trained under renowned chefs Lameloise, Troisgros and Joel Robuchon. The menus at Gourmet de Seze are designed in accord with the availability of fresh seasonal produce. The restaurant has opted for an intimate and convivial atmosphere with a deliberately small restaurant capacity of ...
... around the world, with this one in Geneva being the latest. We were invited to help carry the churns, which we jumped at...look at the web site to see other installations by this artist - www.bidonssansfrontieres.com
From Geneva we drove onto Lyon where we've been spending several days enjoying this great city. Lyon is built across the Saone and Rhone rivers, and is basically flat except for the old city (Vieux Lyon) which is built on the ...
We spent 5 days in Lyon to experience the famous Festival of Lights (French: Fête des lumières), which expresses gratitude toward Mary, mother of Jesus. This uniquely Lyonnaise tradition dictates that every house ...