Novotel Sophia Antipolis
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that before I left Kenora, my
sister-in-law said, “oh, if you’re ever in Lyon you should try to see my friend
Elodie.” And I thought, ya, for sure why not! I’m all about connections, but at
that point I really had no idea where Lyon was, if I would ever visit this city
and what I would even be able to see there.
When we were planning this trip, and Dana had brought Lyon
up, as a city we should go see I said sure why not, ...
... going up the funicular to the Notra Dame de Fourviere. Had to walk down the hill as the furnicular wasn’t working at the time.
Walked to the Place du Terreaux and took the Metro and tram to the Centre d’Histoire de la Resistance et de la Deportation which was interesting yet rather depressing all ...
These last few days in Lyon have been pretty busy and exciting.
On Wednesday, some of us stumbled across this really fun and cheap place for lunch where the main dishes (Flams) were like pizza but with French mayonnaise instead of cheese and crepes instead of crusts. It sounds strange but was actually really good. I absolutely love all of these new foods in Lyon. After lunch, we went to the Museum of Beaux Arts. The Museum has ...
... hour & awoke in a daze-- unsure where I was. Quite surreal.
Loaded up the car & hit the highway to get down to the Cote d' Azur region in the south France. Very picturesque region. Managed to sleep a couple hours, which was essential to my being able to function enough to meet/greet her dear old friends with whom we'd be staying for the next two-plus days.
Arrived by 10pm, met the whole family, including Jim's ...
... of town. My favorite stores were a honey store with all different kinds and flavors of the most beautiful honey and marmalades that look like art, and a cute kitchen store that reminded me of peppercorn in Traverse City. There were a bunch of cute boutiques and a small museum of miniatures. That was incredible! The guy has made tons of tiny scenes, like an old bookshop and a 70's bar and a barbershop, and those were just some of the free exhibits. I can barely thread a ...