Kyriad Lyon Aeroport Saint Exupery
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This morning, explore a local market in Lyon with your Program Director, and discover myriad sweet and savory items for sale. You'll experience the delectable goodness of the many kinds of French breads, from the long, thin baguettes to the plumper loaves of pain (bread) during an exclusive Discovery Series event.
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Your ship will start cruising the Saone River this morning. Perhaps you'll settle into a comfortable deck chair and view the passing riverside scenery. Or, find a favorite spot onboard to sip coffee and unwind with a book before docking in Lyon in the early afternoon after an onboard lunch.
You'll tour historic Lyon by motorcoach, which is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once ...
... for entree, a choice of about half a dozen mains, two cheeses, and about half a dozen desserts. In addition we had an appetiser, a palate cleanser, as well as the ubiquitous bread. It's a good thing we booked as they turned away a few people while we were there. It's a little out of the way but well worth hunting down. The menu is only in French so I decided not to be adventurous this time and only ordered dishes that included words I ...
We started our day off this morning by preparing for our train ride to Lyon. We were packed and ready to go by 9:30. We found our station easily, and sat in front of the screens to figure out what platform our train would be coming in on. When our train finally flashed the platform number we were on our way, and one of the first people to the train. We quickly stored our luggage and got a seat with a table! What more could we ask for... then a Greek God ...
... the French do this chronically.
You see everyone carrying baguettes on Sunday.
Your mouth feels like the Sahara because the French drink approximately one sip of water with their whole meal. (Side note: When our program director had a dinner at her house for all of us, someone had to secretly run back to the kitchen and refill the tiny pitcher every other minute and all ~20 of us would shove our glasses towards the person, desperate for a refill into our ...