Hotel Ibis Lyon Bron Eurexpo
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... mint you ask? It was
actually flavoured with real mint leaves and it was so awesome!
We checked out a couple of cute little stores we saw and once
again wished I could transport some of the things I saw back to Canada, but it’s
just not doable.
That night, for Hector’s birthday (on Halloween) we went
bowling, had a surprise cake for him and all sang him happy birthday in another
language….I was the lucky one who got ...
Thu 13th: After lingering for a while at Annecy to get some photos along the lake, we drove the easy 1-hour trip to Lyon and booked into an Ibis Budget hotel with their cute little 'cabin-like' rooms. We took the Metro into Old Lyon and explored a bit before sunset which is as early ...
... how many Jambon baguettes can one man eat - only option so...yum yum. The park houses a good number of animals including some monkeys who swung around for us, lion, bear, giraffe and more. I like zoos still! We freshened up and walked over to Old Lyon and found a place with a great patio and some nearby musicians playing for the crowds. We all tried some new and interesting things like duck, cheeses and quenelle. Lots of others out enjoying the night too. Full and ready for ...
... We saw the "amphitheater des Trois Gaules", a Christian site that dates back to the 3rd century!! A few more Traboules then we passed through the very artsy district of "Le Village des Createurs"' then La Fresque des Lyonnais...the most famous painted wall in Lyon, it's more like an immense mural on 3 sides of a building....painted like the building would look. With balconies and people on the balconies...looks quite real. The people painted there were all famous individuals in ...
... i didn't do the first time. All up it was 16kms and I'm over walking. After dropping off the rental car at the airport in Lyon I got the train to the city centre and talked to an Irish man who Is doing the same walk but will sleep outside the whole way as his snoring keeps people awake. It's not strictly being kind of him as in the past people have thrown things at his head. Being Sunday yesterday all Lyon was closed but today it looks vibrant and Paris like with Cafes every 50 ...