What to do when visiting Lyon? Fourvière Hill, praying hill, is a great place to start. Here are the points of interest and brief description of their respective history.
Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, gem of Lyon! This is a MUST DO for all foodies and fellow #caloriesdontcare members. Thinking about this place gives me goose bumps, such fond memories. It’s all the sexiest French food found under one roof. Fresh everything, traditional French goodies, artisan style food etc…
Lyon City Tram is an 1 hour touristic tram covering Croix Rousse. The tram’s design is made to imitate the 1862 version of the Croix-Rousse hill tram. So here’s a quick read as to how the ride went.
Old Town, Vieux Lyon. Maximum seats about 18 people in this cosy Lyonnais / traditional French food restaurant. 1 waitron and 1 chef. No frill, just great food and service living up to Lyon’s foodie town reputation.
2 nights’ stay at this 4 star hotel. Here’s my findings.