Warwick Reine Astrid
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWarwick Reine Astrid Lyon
Great hotel, great location close to Parc de la Tete d'Or and Velo'V station to cycle to Part-Dieu and tourist sights in Vieux Lyon
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After 3 months in BSM, this week we packed up and left the French Alps to start the next leg of our journey. After all the drama we had with our luggage being 20kg's overweight when we left Australia, we managed to pack our ski boots, helmets and ski gear into a cardboard box, which could not exceed France Post international parcel limit of 20kg's …
... city and it is so different within the walls. Cobblestone streets everywhere (which most European cities have but the way these were laid out were just stunning) the castle in the city square, lines of restaurants and cafes and yet we all ended up at maccas for lunch. This was more so for the ease, cost effectiveness and to get us out of the damn hurricane outside instead of walking the streets trying to find a restaurant. We then hopped back on the bus ...
So first let me start off saying that I'm getting worse and worse at writing these consistently because I have class now (and that takes a lot of my time) but here are the past 2 weeks in a nutshell
I went to the Catholic Church really close to my dorm for 9AM mass. Either this church doesn't have many people or 9AM is too early because it wasn't very crowded. The church is very old and has a history of being torn down and ...
... view of Lyon, seeing both the Sôane and the Rhône Rivers. The church up there (Notre Dame) was also impressive. Back down to Bellacour and a LBD trial later (so close but Steph's still looking for that perfect dress) we got taken on a great walk of Lyon by our airbnb hosts. As they had been preparing dinner, we provided drinks and a praline brioche (local delicacie - tick!) along the way and stocked up for our magnificent dinner with a delicious fois gras ...
... marriage or family, then you're fine. But if not, get ready to prove how badly you want to stay and to painstakingly work for it. To be fair, that foreign thing that screwed France over and ruined it for the rest of us was probably Germany... Although one interesting thing about France and their protesting nature, is that they are very organised about it. When they strike, they're happy to let you know when they're going to start and stop striking. Which makes ...