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... tradition of buying a couple
of fresh pastries for breakfast, went to the tunnel, and yes it was super cool and
I’m so glad Elodie had remembered about it last minute and told us to check it
out. We walked back to the old town of Lyon, took a little ride up to the most
beautiful church I have EVER seen. I could have sat inside of there all day and
just looked at the intricate details. It was called Notre-Dame de Fourviere.
Next on our ...
Thu 13th: After lingering for a while at Annecy to get some photos along the lake, we drove the easy 1-hour trip to Lyon and booked into an Ibis Budget hotel with their cute little 'cabin-like' rooms. We took the Metro into Old Lyon and explored a bit before sunset which is as early ...
... We saw and learnt some of the history of the structures built in the 14th and 15th centuries!! We got to see and walk through some of the "Traboules": these 'streets' exist only in Lyon and first appeared in the 4th century. They are basically an architecturally stunning maze of passageways and corridors passing between or through buildings from one street to another. They were used by silk merchants who transported their silk ...
... reading, listening to music and keeping up with the Tour de France. I wandered through the zoo (I am still not completely comfortable with the idea of zoos, but what is the alternative?). Through some of the botantical garden with the scent of magnolia eminating from the largest such bushes I have ever seen. And the rose mini rose garden with its delightful aromas. I didn't even get to the large rose garden - no time left! As an aside, ...
... area, we were treated to a sampling of a medicinal alcohol (68%2525 vol), which really helped to clean out the pipes! This is a great area of Lyon to explore for lunch or dinner, we have crossed off a few French cuisine bucket list items in this area; fresh crepes, artisan baguettes, onion soup, creme brûlée and croissants to name a few. Mat tried a local sausage, the name of which was translated for us: "gut sausage". It was full of offal, and ...