Balladins Lyon Sud/Givors Confort Hotel
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... city has to be high on the list of most for that feature.
I visited the Museum of Fine Arts here and it was fantastic! It was very large and had a good mix of lots of types of art. I spent 2 hours here but I would have liked more time cuz there were so many little things. The first level was sculptures and they had some pretty impactful ones. They had a couple by Rodin, of course, but the two that really caught my eye were by guys I’d never heard of. The first ...
... 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 ...
This morning after breakfast there was a trip to the market with the Chef. We opted out. This gave us some time to rest. The ship left the Lyon port at 12PM in route for Vienne.
The lunch was: A Taste of Provance - local favorites
I am trying more new foods than I have ever done on a trip before. The food on the ship is even better than I expected. This is the first time I am actually enjoying the food as part of the trip.
Believe it or ...
... 7:54PM: Upon arrival, transfer via private coach to hotel
Dinner on own and evening free
Overnight: Lyon (3) – Hotel Du Simplon
I woke up and had breakfast in the hotel lobby, including the same foods of croissant and bread. We took the train at 6:30 am to Marseilles. We had a presentation at the port of Marseilles, and then got a full port tour. We had lunch in the town of Marseilles in a ...
... out the doorway. It is now time to go, voila!
The views from the Basilique of Lyon are spectacular, showcasing the city and the Saone and Rhone rivers. They then made their way back down Fourviere Hill to the Amphitheatre des trios Gaules, an amazing archeological discovery and a significant part of Lyon's history. Battery Boy stood at the entrance with his face pressed against the steel bars of the gates like an excited schoolboy on ...