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Eurfirst Trip to Lyon, France

Updated December 19, 2006

Perched on the banks of the Rhone and Saone Rivers, France's second city moves at a slower, more gentle pace than Paris. Its old town is not crushed by tourists on summer nights but welcomes guests who have come to see the great art and savor the great tastes of the city

We arrived in Lyon because it is a convenient resting spot between Provence and Burgundy and to dine at one of the restaurants created by the famed chef, Paul Bocluse. As a restaurant management instructor, a chance to dine at