Auberge de la Brevenne

Address: RN 89 La Brevenne, Lyon, Rhône-Alpes, 69690, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on RN 89 La Brevenne, Lyon, is near Parc Animalier de Courzieu and Col de la Luere.
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    Travel Blogs from Lyon

    Let's get a little adventurous!

    A travel blog entry by missliz on Feb 06, 2015

    ... potato for main and tiramisu for dessert. We were going to have snails but nobody else at the table was interested and they only came on a plate of 20 and I doubt we were going to eat a whole plate. Jordan had a goats cheese salad that he was not too fond of so switched with a guy who got the chicken gizzard salad and he loved it. He then had a chicken with a very nice cheesy sauce and then crime caramel for dessert. It was all stunning and delicious food. ...

    First Weeks of Class

    A travel blog entry by jessica.russell on Feb 06, 2015

    11 photos

    ... Americans who helped me out.

    Thursday 29th
    Today I had my first class (Travel Photography) which is an Elective through the USAC program. This class is taught in French but it went well. I also got my scores from our placement test today and I did better than I expected (Low Intermediate>Elemetary/Beginner). I talked to my French conversation partner tonight and we need to set up a time to meet.

    Friday 30th
    We met our ...

    Gastronomic Lyon

    A travel blog entry by time-traveller on Aug 08, 2014

    13 photos

    7th August- Pretty sailing along the Saone River in the direction of Lyon. Just outside the city we saw the Paul Bocuse restaurant. Once we were moored in Lyon we did a city tour beginning with the hill of Fourviere to see the beautiful cathedral and city views. Many wonderful mosaics on the interior walls. Then it was down to the old city below the hill. Went through one of the hidden lane ways called traboules used by the silk weavers to transport ...

    More explorations of the city!

    A travel blog entry by zoe.belyavsky on Jan 20, 2014

    5 comments, 32 photos

    ... told the bartender he came to our table and gave us a free bottle of champagne and (Aunt June you'd have loved this) he did the sabbering thing where he just sliced off the glass at the top to open the bottle! It was so impressive! The night life here is always fun because there's so many students here and all the Lyonnais folk are very nice. We've already discovered our go-to bar called Le Smoking Dog that looks like a little wine cellar inside because it's all stone walls. All ...

    Lyon — Day 3

    A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 09, 2013

    4 photos

    ... because of the quality of its very oldest parts, but rather because the variety of its components provides a great example of how a European city grows and transforms itself over many hundreds of years. A constant refrain on the tour is the strong Italian influence present throughout most of the city's history, which feels very appropriate given our impending departure for that country. As darkness approaches we head up the funicular again for another look at ...