Ibis Budget Lyon Villefranche sur Saone
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8217;t know was that she had disguised herself and snuck in to see him but because he had taken vows, she didn’t tell him. The painting is of him digging his grave while she looks on. I’m sure there is more to this story that I don’t understand cuz logically it doesn’t make a lot of sense but then again, neither does Romeo and Juliet if you really look at it.
From there, I went up the hill to visit the final three stops. When I say, “went ...
... tour of Vieux Lyon (Old Lyon). On the way I have a grammatically-perfect French conversation with a gentleman who approaches us on the street: "Je cherche Les Halles?" "Ah oui, deuxième à droite." The tour guide is very good, and we spend an interesting couple of hours wandering various parts of the old city, even though we have trodden most of the streets already given that is where we are staying. Interesting fact: Lyon obtained world heritage ...
... lots and filling the lots with fine gray gravel. Seems like a big deal.....there is also an old inner square lined with small shops with covered arcades but now a little touristy from the last time when Inez and Klaas were here although that was in 1965.....there are lots of olive trees and plantain trees.around the square and of course a fountain.. Now we have found our B+B :Rosarie near Codacette near Nyons. It's in the middle of no where but ownes Nanette ...
... ornate and surprisingly we found another set of pews and alter underneath, a double decker church. After catching the funicular down, we went back to the room for a mid-morning rest and to research what was next. On Australian TV we had seen many references to Paul Bocuse, one of France's and the world's most famous chefs, there is a infamous markets in Lyon which is now named after the chef, so we cycled there. Most places we closed, for the ...
... i love the crepes! Had so many different variations of it since it was found everywhere.
We also went to the main shopping streets (even though shops were all closed on Sunday) to take a look at the hotel de ville ( cityhall), fountain and opera house before heading back.
Took the rhone express tram to Lyon airport which is very quiet.
And then, it is once again - home sweet home, this time with inflight entertainment on the SwissAir flight.