Kyriad Lyon Sud Sainte Foy
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... did not get to Lyon until 6.30 when it was incredibly dark but it did start snowing. We had a quick freshen up at the restaurant before we made our way into town to get dinner and try some fine French cuisine! We kind of had our own freedom to go wherever we wanted for dinner and we found a nice restaurant with an English menu and were quite happy to settle there. The food was some of the best I have had. I had pork pate for entree, beef with red wine ...
... Security Insurance for France. After that, Nicole, Katy and I went to Parc Tete d'hors. We got there too late for the zoo so I will go back sometime earlier in the day when the zoo is open to see all of the animals.
I found the swing/lindy/blues dance crowd in Lyon tonight. for 4E you got a drink and a night of dancing. I find it a bit more intimidating than the salsa nights because people are more chatty, but I found ...
... Gerhard got very embarrassed that this all happened but of course us Kiwis all thought it a huge joke. Our driver has a wicked sense of humour and at one stage got out of the bus say bye as if we were never going to see him again. He was only going to find directions. What made it especially funny is that it has happened a few time on this tour but usually when trying to find a farm which is understandable as once you get ...
... an egg. Bliss - especially when the bread is French! We had our lunch at Cafe Le Petit Pont where the waiters were very nice and accommodating! After lunch we made our way to the train station where we caught our train and headed towards Lyon. As the train pulled into Lyon we got a sneak peak of the beautiful city and excitement set in! We found our hotel which was a fair walk away from the centre but the cleanliness and room size made up for it! After settling in, we caught a ...
... weavers used to live and work, so quite a few museums and things relating to that around here. Then there’s the 'presqu'ile', meaning ‘nearly island’ which is the wee bit between the two big rivers running through Lyon. This is where the main part of town is, all the flash shops, and yummy looking restaurants. Then there’s the other side of the river to all of this, which is where I live. The Uni is out this way, as is Part Dieu, ...