ResidHotel Lyon Lamartine
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... too much about
it. A couple days later, I thought of Lyon and why it sounded so familiar, I
finally thought, oh, maybe this is the city that Candice’s friend lives in, I’ll
have to ask her. After a Facebook message or 2, I was set up with Elodie’s
contact info and she said for sure she’d like to show us around a bit, but she
would be busy at the end of the month, so she’ll see what she could do.
Some things that ...
... 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.
The first stage was a short time trial through the streets of Lyon, so we took a bus from near our campground into the heart of the city. We arrived in time to see many of the riders doing a preview ride of the course, then alternated between being tourists in the medieval part of the city and watching individual riders scream by at over 30mph. Lyon lived up to its reputation as a gastronomic hub of France when we had one of our best meals of our travels al ...
... an uncooperative ticket machine before eventually boarding our train with a few minutes to spare. Courtney spent the train ride viewing the French countryside with her eyes closed. I, on the other hand, watched the countryside whiz by. France has more elevation than I realized and there were several picturesque villages and farms along the way. Unfortunately, those villages and farms are tough to photograph when the train is going faster than 150 mph! ...
... the road. Our coach was the first one and began the process of inching past the car, we got two thirds of the way past before it became obvious we weren't going to be able to make it all the way. We were sitting on the coach while our driver and the one from the coach behind were out front discussing what to do next. It didn't take long before Gerry decided that some of the men from our coach could lift the back of the car and move it closer to the curb, ...