3/8/16 Our ship docked in Bonn where we would go on a walking tour of the city. Our walk saw us go through the Hofgarten park and into the town square. I love how most European towns and cities all have a Town Square. It was still raining so you still had to be careful … Continue reading Bonn, Beethoven and burning books!
Our next stop would be the famous Les Halles de Lyon - the food market. In 1859 Lyon opened its doors to its first food market in a large metallic structure located at Place Cordeliers in the centre of the city known as the “Presqu’ile”. 100 years later they built a new market to represent their … Continue reading Les Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse
After we had some wine and the frogs legs our guide would be taking us on a walking tour through this delightful town. We needed to walk off all the wine that comes flowing with these tastings. Our walk took us around an hour. We wandered around the little cobblestone streets going through "secrect" walkways … Continue reading Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne