Kyriad Lyon Givors
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... br> When we went on our tour I was so excited to go in the production room. I thought I was so cool walking through the plant. I loved watching the machines as they did everything automatically. I was cool to see how the needles came out and to see how not each on came out the same. It was cool to see mistakes on the production line as well. I was really fascinated by it all. I also really loved looking at their charts that gave them a forecast and goals.
... some business power point. I found their ethics similar to American ethics, that work is important. Also when we were on the train it got dark out. We have mad a full circle of leaving in dark and coming back in the dark.
When we got off the train I was excited to eat and sleep. We all decided to eat some where near by.
We went to a Tai restaurant that was next to the hotel. I had never eaten Tai before but I was excited to try it out. The waiter was from ...
... snoozing' 24/7, and need this kind of wake-up-call every now and then to not completely go into zombie mode. I can't count on my hands how many french I've run into so far just because of them stopping dead in their track in the street, without any reason.
Lyon cool. Old men sitting at cafés with a coffee reading the newspaper while smoking a cigar. There were so many hipster compatible stores here too. Old dusty book stores. Several absinthe ...
... but on a new line. It was strange to cross the same bridge again and start to retrace our steps. Bob suggested the driver had forgotten something and we were going back to Tours. It would have bee nice to have a map to try to follow the journey - something to remember for next time. We arrived at Tours Perrache station around 1pm and it was a short walk to the Hotel Simplon. There is a simplon theme in the hotel's decor. There were posters for the Simplon Orient Express in the ...
... desire. An afternoon aperitif for Stephen, and a Jasmine tea with Grand Marnier ice-cream on the side for me, seemed the perfect fit for such an occasion (you get my drift…..)
After some leisurely walking to become more acquainted with the city (as we sadly could not stay), we hopped on some new velo-bikes to return to the hotel. For a well-established city, it is surprisingly well organized as far as bike lanes ...