After a pleasant day in Pérouges the day before, I headed out to the palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval the following morning while in Lyon during my October holidays. Considering that I had a mix-up with waking up the morning before (long-story short, I’d made the mistake of setting my alarm for the day after I’d planned to visit the palace, so I’d missed my train to head over– I chose to do Pérouges that day instead), I made sure to set my alarm for the correct day in order not to miss the opportunity see this incredible palace.
Hôtel de Ville in Rennes (March 2016).
While staying in Lyon during this past October vacances, I also made a couple of day trips to nearby villages as means of discovering more of the Lyonnaise region, using the city as a base for doing so. Again, this year is my first time really exploring a new part of France, and I was keen on seeing what it had in store for me– nature, architecture, and everything in between.
The following morning after my first afternoon in Lyon, I woke up early to prepare myself for my second day in the city. While my plan for that day wasn’t necessarily over-packed with things to do or see, it would be a lot of walking all over Lyon, and I had to physically (and mentally) prepare myself. Considering that I’d done the same the previous day, it was a matter of pacing myself for the day to come.
Le palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval in Hauterives, France (October 2017).