Kyriad Lyon Gare Perrache-Confluence
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... saying thank you and bye in French.
When I got back to the hotel it was time for me to get ready for our trip. I straighten my hair, put on some makeup, and got dress. We all meet int he lobby around10:50.
However not all of us were present. We were missing four! But they eventually all found their way to the bus after waiting just a little bit. Stores were open and people were going about their everyday activities.
When I got on the bus to BD, I ...
... bed but a pad on a price of wood, but it all worked out in the end. Melissa and I got separate rooms for the first two nights.. Once settles, a large group of us went out to dinner to the hippocampus, which was very college friendly. It was kind of like the Applebee's of France. I had an interesting hamburger with Brie and apples! Already I could taste the difference in their quality of food. The meat ...
... decide if the multi coloured facade was great or gauche. We both decided we liked it in the end but still not 100% sure.
The interior was likewise interesting and again we decided we liked it although not really our personal taste. Wavy pattern wallpaper, gold picture frames, mirrors, etc, antique furniture and mainly traditional paintings with the odd contemporary. The settings were well spaced and nicely arranged so guests did not look over one another.
... a church in Markham ( yes, Ontario) - this millionaire dude who built a church there - in the 80's and had three massive bells made. The foundry nearly went bankrupt ( I found out later) as the deal was struck in dollars and the market turned - they now have insurance against this kind of thing. We got to see the casting of the bells - unbelievable! See attached video.
We also got to do a wine sampling thing - a show with a variety of vineyards present ...
... their promise, and Mary has her amazing tribute high on the hill in Lyon. The site has been a holy place since 177 AD and the first mention of an earlier chapel dates back to 1168. OK, that is your history lesson for today. We also visited some roman ruins (only around 2000 years old) that are the location for a concert tonight. Ben, I didn't recognise too many artists but Jack Johnson, Lou Reed and Sting were some that I knew. ...