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... through Airbnb again. As is becoming my usually I've put together a video of Lyon, which includes: - Old town streets - Théâtres Gallo-romains (amphitheatre) - Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière (best view in Lyon) - Hidden passages in the old town - Wait for the last picture - something is a little different with the windows, can you see ...
... was more informative. Some interesting things:
The symbol of France is the rooster.
The s sounds at the end of the word is pronounced ous. Thus, bus is pronunced bous, campus is campous.
Lyon has two Olympic size pools since they were getting ready to host the Olympics but it never came to fruition.
Hospitals are not free but not expensive.
Lyon is a business center.
It is illegal to shoot birds. Lyon is ...
Today was an early day. We had to meet in the hotel lobby at 5:45 to catch a 6:20 train to Marseille. We arrived in Marseille around 8:20. My first impression was that although there are some beautiful views of the Mediterranean, this was a dirty city. We got on a bus from the train station to go visit the Port de Fos. Along the way, I noticed there was a lot of graffiti on the side of the highway.
The English ...
... and that respected independent reviewers including Michelin have rated so highly for so long.
The restaurant is in the old Bocuse family home on the banks of the Rhone about 4kms north of the city. It was a lovely drive along the river through old villages from our apartment and the restaurant was set back from the main road with a tree lined unsealed car park separating it from the road. Easy parking and photos against the very distinctively painted facade. It was ...
... bit like a big onion bag) - there is a metal stand with a large hoop, on the outside of the hoop is the mesh and the end of the mesh is pulled through and a knot tied. The tree is then shoved through the inside of the hoop, and a knot tied at the other end. For big trees this was very interesting to watch. People then buy the trees and take them home, and the three of us agreed it must be much easier to handle, particularly when you live in ...