Villages Hotel Lyon Gambetta
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... Elodie circled
things for us to see on our map and after supper as we were on our way back to
the hostel, Elodie had told me of this tunnel that we should go into. There is
a path for pedestrians and it is a popular place for runners because there are
lights and pictures projected onto the walls of the tunnel and they’re always
different. I made a mental note to return the next day and check it out first
We started the day off ...
... going up the funicular to the Notra Dame de Fourviere. Had to walk down the hill as the furnicular wasn’t working at the time.
Walked to the Place du Terreaux and took the Metro and tram to the Centre d’Histoire de la Resistance et de la Deportation which was interesting yet rather depressing all ...
Taking a train is so easy and so civilized. Show up a few minutes before the train is scheduled to leave and simply validate your ticket. Easy peasy. People getting on at later stops had some issues with seats but generally everyone packed in well. We are only a few minute walk to the train station and with a small back pack and a small roller bag we easily travelled there for our three day excursion to Lyon. The train certainly lulls one to ...
... courtyard which is surrounded by the four houses that comprise of Cour des Loges. We started with cocktails in the Bar, mine a 'Tommy Margurita', and Ray an 'Old Honey' (a bourbon VSOP cognac blended with honey). We then took our seats in the restaurant at 7.45pm, & as it was still daylight, it was well lit but as the sun set after 9.30pm it became a romantic candlelit space. There were only 15 tables, mostly couples enjoying a sumptuous night ...
... a boyfriend figure. I'm not quite sure what to think about him yet. He's a student here, staying at the hostel until he finds a rental place to stay in Lyon. He's doing his masters in business and logistics. He's 26 (older for a change, haha) and he's from Morocco, but his dad has lived and worked in Italy for the past 25 years. So he speaks Arabic, French, Italian and English!! I think it all started when the crew discovered that I speak French, so I started speaking ...