Kyriad Lyon Aeroport Saint Exupery
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There is not getting around it - it is impossible to come to France and not try the wares!
Once, twice, thrice...
Let's just accept the fact that after visiting, Lille, Amiens and now 4 days in Lyon, there have been a few visits to the local boulangeries.
in fact it was not always our fault - some of them literally would not let us pass by their windows.
imagine an apricot tart on a bed of ground pistachio nuts, or a vanilla slice unlike you ...
Such a lovely morning that we delay setting off and have a potter around Besancon. It is a really charming town and we will definitely come back again. We do discuss idea of staying for a week now but in the end decide to continue south to be sure of hotter weather. South to Lyon, another Mercure chain ...
... travelling at 130 kph it was one lane travelling at 10 kph.
About 3.30 p.m. Video Girl and Battery Boy needed a break so they left the tollway and drove into the little town of Beaune for a late lunch. It is a quaint little town with a tree-lined city square complete with an ornate carousel filled with smiling, laughing children. The downside to this picturesque village is that once again it had been invaded, this time by loud, pompous wine bankers ...
... great to see the residents of this city enjoying their park.
Another one of the wonderful sights in Lyon is the Bartholdi fountain, the sculptor Bartholdi is better known for his other work, New York's Statue of Liberty. The Lyon fountain is enormous, far greater than life size and it has a woman in a chariot, representing France trying to control 4 horses, representing the 4 major rivers in France, it really is quite stunning.
... friends too. I discovered though that a lot of the women don't live close to Lyon at all, some traveled up to two hours to come, from places like Annecy, or even St Etienne, which is 45 minutes away. But they wanted to come to see the community and be part of it. I guess that's nice. I think there's a larger Filipino community in Australia than France, probably because the Philippines is closer to Australia. One girl I met has the same name as me. She only moved to France ...