Kyriad Lyon Est - Saint Bonnet de Mure
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Well...last day today. We got an earlier start today and made our way to the subway station. We took the subway (and only took the wrong subway once) to a different area of Lyon called "Croix-Rousse". We did some sightseeing and shopping, checked out the markets in the morning then had lunch at a wonderful little cafe. We had a guided tour booked after lunch which brought us through the silk district. Again we were shown many of the Traboules, some of these more artistic than those of ...
... be cool. I need to figure out the metro/bus system. It seems that my work is actually a bit out of St Etienne, or at least, the offices where I'm meeting Tania tomorrow, are. But there are buses there it seems. So I didn't hate it, it's a really quite cute little city. I walked around for a few hours and then I headed back to Lyon in the evening. And lovely Amine wanted to make dinner for me. I can't quite tell yet if he's a player or not, and whether I should invest myself in ...
... French foods; they're very fresh and usually made/grown in France!
Leaving Versailles was quite depressing, I loved the whole idea of exploring the city. I felt as if there was so much more to see, I could have easily spent a week just in Versailles! Ben and I did some crazy manoeuvres , shifting lanes within a second to spare, circling roundabouts numerous times so we could work out the right exits and the best yet; Ben did a whole U ...
... called Anna and Chelsea. I hadn't spoken to them at all yet so it was good meeting more new people. It's funny how quickly you form groups and keep to yourselves! The dinner was very entertaining. We had a Frenchman playing the accordion for us and would play songs like Waltzing Matilda, which lead to everyone singing along and then going through all the national anthems of each country people in our Contiki were from. We had the Australian anthem, New Zealand, Canadian, American ...
... conference room for our bikes until Sunday morning departure. The weather was co-operative and we spread out on the hotel back lawn to reconstruct our bicycles for the start of our pedaling adventure the next morning.
The bikes were all functioning and it was only 10:30am (4:30am Ottawa time, and we were still awake). We decided to take advantage of the weather and travel the 20 km to the city's old quarter to visit an ancient cathedral and Roman amphitheatre ...
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