A(nother) weekend in Lyon
Postcards from Lyon
A couple of weeks ago I popped down to Lyon for a weekend to visit a friend… I was very much in need of a post-confinement change of scenery and when the opportunity to spend a couple of days in this pretty city, one of my favorites of those I’ve visited so far in France, presented itself, I jumped at it. My first trip to Lyon back in autumn 2018 was rather short as well, so I was def very eager to return and experience all this place has to offer under summery (aka, um, better…) weather conditions.
Pictured: Vieux Lyon, la Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière, le Parc de la Tête d’Or, la Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste, l’Île Barbe, and some other cute ‘lil things. Oh, and I was allergic to my friend’s cat. So, yeah. Officially still allergic to cats. May have to kiss my dream of someday having a Persian cat, a Scottish Fold, a pug, and a shih-tzu all under the same roof goodbye. I mean. We’ll see.
That’s kinda it for now, I quite like these photos. Hope you do, too.
Love the shots where the light glares off the water <3 That tram is so interestingly placed, and the penguins are so cute! It looks like they're looking up at the tram hahh
Thanks, Audrey! I’m obsessed with taking photos of water and sky… it’s maybe even becoming a problem, lol. And those penguins were too adorable, I just wanted to take all of them home with me haha (but the shop was closed… thank goodness, otherwise I would’ve done it.)