One of the institutions in Lyon is Brasserie Georges which has been serving traditional Lyonnaise food & brewing its own beer since 1836. The founder is Alsatian, a region that has passed between . . .
One of the things we love to do is walk around to explore and see the architectural details of a city and also just wander around stores and discover places to eat while we are at it. PUBLIC . . .
Fast-food chain with made-to-order burgers, fries & hot dogs, plus free peanuts while you wait. We never got the free peanuts but it was really peak. The line wasn't as long as McDonalds so we . . .
The City of Lyon has a special connection the Virgin Mary. Read the story behind the festival and how it's connected to Mama Mary. This is why every year the entire city is lit up for a few days . . .
When we existed the Le Grand Réfectoire we were surprised to see ballerinas and danseurs (male ballet dancers) dressed outside the restaurant. It was like a Flashmob but European style... . . .
From our hotel we took the train to Michelin-listed Le Grand Réfectoire. We did not have a reservation so we were really hoping to get a table. It's in the historic Grand Hôtel-Dieu, an Opulent . . .
TD chose Chateau Perrache because of it's central location. It's literally in the center of Lyon as you can see in this cool map that we had in our headboard. We arrived at around 9pm from our . . .
We arrived quite late in Lyon for the Festival of Lights weekend. Driving to an unfamiliar highway through a snowstorm was quite tiring and took both our eyes to make sure we made it safely. So after . . .
We wanted to take DiploBaby to the Lyon Fête des Lumieres or Festival of Lights which usually happens on December 8 of each year in honor of the Immaculate Conception. Lyon has really close ties with . . .
Côte d'Azur is also known as the French Riviera. Before anything else let's learn how to prounounce Côte d'Azur. Say it with me KOHT + DUH + ZYOOR! ALWAYS START IN THE LOCAL LANGUAG This is . . .