Ibis Lyon Centre
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... stands scattered throughout the city for locals and tourists to use. They were great. The stands were almost on every Corning, and for short term rental they were pretty cheap, especially since the first 30 minutes was free. We headed along the river and to the cities park. It was massive, containing a lake and even a free zoo. We biked through the park and then dropped the bikes off. From here we walking to the zoo and were impressed by the variety ...
... say that the back of the church was more impressive than the front. But when we went inside....It was so beautiful. Not as grand as St. Peter's in Rome, but the mosaics were stunning and the stained glass breathtaking. After visiting the Roman Theater in Oranges, and the one in Arles, this one paled by comparison. But the views of the city from up here were great. After spending time in both areas we headed back down to the old city. As I ...
... the best of us. My meal included chicken skewers with a peanut sauce, a coconut shrimp soup, and beef Thai basil (my favorite). Reminded me a little of home :) it was sooo good!! We then walked around Lyon for about a hour before we headed back to the hotel. We even had some French cops yell at us through their car speaker and they chased us out of a park...oops! Now I'm in bed and it feels so good. This lack of sleep is catching up to be so I must sleep ...
... tired, we cut the free time short & wandered back to the ship for a cup of tea & quiet time. The afternoon was spent on the front of the ship watching the scenery go by, going under the many bridges & going through the occasional lock. We have information sessions at 6.45pm each day followed by up to 4 course meal from 7pm, managed to get to bed around 9.45pm. Tournon - Sunday 28th A later start today for us all. Bron & I had breakfast at 9am & had a quiet walk ...