Kyriad Lyon Aeroport Saint Exupery
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The ship arrived in Lyon after lunch; we boarded a bus and toured around with a stop at one of the last family-owned silk scarf manufacturers. That was really impressive, and I don't even go for silk scarves! They use ~20-40 'screens' per design, they mix the paint with arabic gum so it's thick enough to stick to the silk but still thin enough to spread. They staple the silk to the workbench, which is long enough for, um, 6-8 scarves to be ...
... that flow north- south. These rivers converge at the south end of Lyon (the area is aptly called Confluence) creating three main areas: the west bank or old city, the centre between the two rivers called presqu'ile (almost island), and the east part of the city-- also the newest. The west and north are hilltops with glorious Fouviere church ever present in your sights. ...
... in second gear. That evening Anne and I negotiate the Lyon subway to get to the old town for dinner. Lyon subway is a little different as it has a steep underground cable car quite different to anything else we had encountered. The old town with its cathedral, it's own Notre Dame, narrow streets bustling with tourists and street musicians has a great atmosphere. The hotel itself was great value, although the underground parking system was a world all of its ...
... participated by calling out and laughing and thoroughly enjoying themselves. Afterwards we were all treated to the backstage experience, meeting the head puppeteer and being introduced to the array of marionette characters. So to complete my day, Ray took me to dinner at a restaurant recommended to him by Annaliese, our English guide in the afternoon. Les Adrets is tucked down another back lane in the heart of Old Lyon. A bottle of Gosset Grande Reserve NV champagne ...
... that I listen to often. Anyways, I also explained the same situation to her. That I need to do what's right for me and that St Etienne are offering me full time hours, so if I like the place, I will be accepting it. Although I didn't tell her that even if I didn't like the place I'd probably still be accepting it also. Their offer fits better with my plans. Like, it's full time, so I can earn a lot of money and gain experience as well. And I can save money too for when ...