B&B Hotel Lyon Centre Monplaisir
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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So we got into Lyon, first thing we do? Irish bar and guinesses at the main train station pub, a very standard start to a new city indeed. We eventually make it to the hotel which was called hostelo. Really decent room with awesome facilities. After a bit of research using their awesome in room wifi, the most sort after thing in Europe, I found a metal pub which where we decided we would spend our ...
... today, he seems pretty cool and speaks clearly so I think it will be a productive semester. I got to choose to "Option" courses for my level so I chose Theater (because I'll have to speak and I like moving) and "Mode" or Fashion because I like sewing and thought it would be interesting. I also signed up for a guided 4 day trip to the South of France during our 2 week long spring break:) We also rode the ferris wheel today
... Saturday 27th We are all looked forward to a quieter day today with a walking tour of Vienne in the morning & then travelling to Tournon mid afternoon, although the quiet time was broken up with an information session in the afternoon about the activities in the coming week. We visited the Roman ruins & walked on a Roman Road that is 2,000 years old, had a look at Saint Maurice's Cathedral & a stroll through the local Saturday market, what a sight!!! As I was ...
... to the river.
Once we were on the river we sat down, and both decided to write. The day couldn't have been better, and one of the best parts about Lyon was were were not on a tight schedule to see everything. We got to stroll the city and take it all in.
I will be very sad to leave this city tomorrow, and wish that I could stay here forever, but I am excited for our journey to continue! I know in my future I will come back here, no matter what!
... the French do this chronically.
You see everyone carrying baguettes on Sunday.
Your mouth feels like the Sahara because the French drink approximately one sip of water with their whole meal. (Side note: When our program director had a dinner at her house for all of us, someone had to secretly run back to the kitchen and refill the tiny pitcher every other minute and all ~20 of us would shove our glasses towards the person, desperate for a refill into our ...