AlpCap Hôtel Lyon Eurexpo
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... saying thank you and bye in French.
When I got back to the hotel it was time for me to get ready for our trip. I straighten my hair, put on some makeup, and got dress. We all meet int he lobby around10:50.
However not all of us were present. We were missing four! But they eventually all found their way to the bus after waiting just a little bit. Stores were open and people were going about their everyday activities.
When I got on the bus to BD, I ...
... we landed, I found some really nice people. First, the man sitting next to me on the flight from Munich to Lyon spoke some English and told me a little bit about the city and how his daughter is studying there as well. But the first friend I made in Lyon was this older retired biologist from Lebanon who had been living and substitute teaching for awhile in France after studying there about 30 years ago.
I met ...
... out- some paper maps, chocolate and half a sandwich. The woman and 2 men who also appear from nowhere were asking something which I didn’t understand, the woman looked like she was on drugs but what I didn’t like, was that they had their eyes on my bag. I was holding my cross body bag tight at that moment. I told them "je n’ai comprends pas francais" but they kept talking and became somewhat angry, so I pointed them to the museum guard inside, ...
With very full tummies from Bocuse we slept in until about 8am in our lovely apartment in Beaujolais. Today is the last day of our holiday and we planned to just pack for the long flight back home, see a little bit of Lyon and then head to the airport for a 7pm departure. It was all accomplished easily enough with a wander around the old city of Lyon between the Rhone and the Saone Rivers admiring the beautiful buildings, a visit to the Musee de Tissus (fabric and costume ...
... settling in France, and had to choose between Paris and Lyon, my choice would be Lyon, it seems to have it all, and it is also considered to be the food capital of the World/ France, which I guess is quite a big claim. http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2011/ feb/13/bill-buford-lyon-food-capital. We had several bouchonese meals in the Rue Merciere district and they were great, one of them in a restaurant named Grand Cafe des Negociants which opened in ...