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Wishing everyone a healthy & happy holiday season and a Christmas full of miracles.
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Two Roman theaters on Fourviere Hill in Lyon, France
built between 17 B.C. and 160 A. D.
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Posted on December 9, 2012
Even the possibility of something new can be frightening, but what’s life without an adventure? Where’s the excitement in standing still?
Posted on November 9, 2012
Seemingly insignificant doors that lead to centuries-old passageways… Christian ruins that date back to the 2nd century… Beef Street…
Vieux Lyon has it’s share of fascinating stuff. I guess one of the reasons I love visiting old towns like this is that I never get over the fascination. I come from a city that can barely keep up it’s buildings from the 1900s, so when I’m walking down a street that’s been there since Roman times and eating my daily baguette in front of a cathedral built before Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue, I find it all perpetually amazing.
Places like this capture the imagination. What was life like here in the 2nd century? Who was sneaking down this passageway 600 years ago? Has the steak always been this
great on Beef Street?
So much to ponder when wandering through history…
Posted on October 29, 2012
Posted on October 12, 2012
It’s nice to know there’s always someone watching over you.