Hotel Campanile Lyon Centre - Berges du Rhone
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The ship arrived in Lyon after lunch; we boarded a bus and toured around with a stop at one of the last family-owned silk scarf manufacturers. That was really impressive, and I don't even go for silk scarves! They use ~20-40 'screens' per design, they mix the paint with arabic gum so it's thick enough to stick to the silk but still thin enough to spread. They staple the silk to the workbench, which is long enough for, um, 6-8 scarves to be ...
... dollar. Nope... all the ancient buildings are lived in, all the churches are open and free to visit, the riverfronts are open to all to enjoy... it's actually a challenge to find a postcard! There is no room to be a tourist in Lyon. One is immediately embraced and pulled along into the Lyonnais good life as if to say "What's a tourist? Living well is normal here." Love ...
... tricks up his sleeve. Caleb and I had fun scoring some goals. All of the locals we spoke with mentioned a specific Gelato/Sorbet place to go - so we had to try. Caleb's marshmallow was their weirdest flavor picked. It was fine but nothing crazy good. We settled down on some grass near the main public square and I did some yoga while Caleb and Christine relaxed. We went over to the basilica on the ...
... courtyard which is surrounded by the four houses that comprise of Cour des Loges. We started with cocktails in the Bar, mine a 'Tommy Margurita', and Ray an 'Old Honey' (a bourbon VSOP cognac blended with honey). We then took our seats in the restaurant at 7.45pm, & as it was still daylight, it was well lit but as the sun set after 9.30pm it became a romantic candlelit space. There were only 15 tables, mostly couples enjoying a sumptuous night ...
It's an odd feeling when you have the time to stand back and look at yourself and your life. I do often wonder if my life looks like a complete mess to anyone else looking in from the outside. Living in a youth hostel, far away from my home and my family. What am I really doing here? Why am I even here? What am I doing with my life? I suppose it's because I want to save more money so I can keep traveling. That's the big picture really. But when you're in the ...