Mercure Lyon Charbonnieres
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... mint you ask? It was
actually flavoured with real mint leaves and it was so awesome!
We checked out a couple of cute little stores we saw and once
again wished I could transport some of the things I saw back to Canada, but it’s
just not doable.
That night, for Hector’s birthday (on Halloween) we went
bowling, had a surprise cake for him and all sang him happy birthday in another
language….I was the lucky one who got ...
... resistance people and Jews in Lyons, the French Resistance Centre, that were tortured and killed. Returned to the Place du Terreaux and made our way over the river back to the Lyon Vieu old town where we had a couple of beers at a pub and then a really delicious Lyons local fare at a delightful restaurant. This is an amazing city.
... a very rich roman history and has some amazing ruins dotting the city, including two amphitheatres overlooking the city. I was also lucky enough to be there on a free day at the local rome museum, which was incredible, once again reminding me of how little we get exposed to the richness of historical artefacts in Australia. The french people have also on the whole lived up to their reputation as being both rude and arrogant, ...
... also the Rhone and we were able to see much of the waterfront. I was a little disappointed at how unkept and littered the waterfront was...more so in older Lyon though. We did get to see some amazing architecture in what is considered the rich area of Lyon...still under development and very modern looking compared to everything else we have seen. We have also learnt something else while here... ...
What a weekend - first the Tour de France, then Bastille Day! We arrived at the final 10K marker for the TDF 3 hours early, and were rewarded with prime seating. And a 3 hour wait. Luckily we had picnic gear from Ben's mom and meat, cheese, and bread from the market. The tour kicked off with the caravan, which is basically a parade of TDF sponsors blaring music and throwing freebies to the crowd. The excitement built as the ...