Hotel Parc

Address: BD Des Brotteaux, Lyon, Rhône-Alpes, 69006, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Lyon arrondissement 6E area of Lyon, is near Tete d'Or, Maison des Avocats, Roman ruins, and Musee des Beaux-Arts.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Lyon

Full Day Excursion to Grenoble

A travel blog entry by colons on Mar 17, 2015

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... in a city and having different meetings going on.
When were upstairs next to the office of CEFAM and took a picture next to the office it was cool to see the Rider logo on the CEFAM poster.
We finally were able to leave CEFAM to go to our cocktail hour.
We went to a bar near CEFAM. The handed out juice and wine. I was so hungry that I did not think I could drink wine right away because it would go straight to my head, so I drank juice until I was ...

Day 3 (3-15-15)

A travel blog entry by bradshawch on Mar 15, 2015

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... to bring home or drink while here in France. By the time our wine tasting was over, we were all ready for a nap. Most of us slept on the 3 hour bus ride back to our hotel. When we arrived at our hotel, most of us headed out to get some dinner. We ended up splitting into three groups since restaurants are so small here, they can't accommodate groups of 22. I ended up at a wonderful restaurant. It was called Bistro Régent Grill. The menu was ...

Contiki Day 5

A travel blog entry by alexandra93 on Aug 02, 2014

... bicycles and smart cars when our games got too rowdy and we had another big night at the campsite with bottled Sangria. Several of us decided it would be a good idea to pull our mattresses outside and sleep under the stars, and so while we watched another lightning storm rolling in, and drinken people everywhere, we laughed ourselves to sleep.
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How you know you're in France

A travel blog entry by zoe.belyavsky on Feb 25, 2014

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... You confuse people to no end when they ask if you want more, because when you try to say "No thank you, I'm ok," in French, it roughly translates to "No, but yes." My host mom finally corrected me on that one.
You're listening to your host parents' stories and suddenly have to struggle with keeping a normal face because every now and then they just throw in blatant little racist tidbits. (Example: "Marseille is nice to visit, but there are lots of those blacks and arabs ...

One of the Biggest Festivals in the World

A travel blog entry by sarahbea on Dec 13, 2013

... My schedule was not completely ready. But get this! Not only was it not ready, but the woman who does the scheduling neglected to tell me the room numbers for my classes, the room I could use during those classes and the teachers I would be working with. Four weeks later, just as I was beginning to feel comfortable with my schedule, I went to my second orientation in a neighboring town. This is so crazy to explain. The program is so disorganized. The ...