Hotel Balladins Lyon Nord/Villefranche-sur-Saone Confort
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the first time where I realized how incredibly violent of an act that was and felt pity and sorrow for Medusa. The artist did a great job with capturing the terror on her face. It made me want to go read some of the Greek mythology stories again.
From there, it was on to antiquities where I got to walk through the Egyptian Temple Gate from Medamud (pic 5). I’ve seen a lot of Egyptian hieroglyphs and carvings and I’m sure I’ll see more but what struck ...
... in the making! With time running a little short we decide to eat there — many of the restaurants in the complex are quite pricey, but we find a reasonable one and get ourselves a good corner seat despite it being almost impossibly busy. Yalini only feels like a salade Lyonnaise, but I opt for (sorry vegetarians, I'm giving up the advance warnings) a plate of six juicy fat escargots and another tartare de boeuf. To complete the unwary tourist trifecta I look ...
... as well .....Peaches perhaps? Isere River is also in the area...we have passed over it...large and very high. Now we are following the Rhone river again south of Valence and we now see high limestone cliffs to the west. Further south south is the Vaucluse area and Avignon where the French Pope lived for a few centuries. Now we are in a wide Valee du la Drome leith wheat and other crops and rolling hills at the edges of the valley. The hills are heavily forested and ...
... so we saddled back up and ventured in. The park was massive, much like centennial park in Sydney, with a large lake in the middle. The further we explored the better it got, firstly an area with reindeer, then a giraffe? Yes a giraffe, accompanied by zebra's and water buffalo amongst other African animals. Strange that with all our googling and instructions no one ever told us about this. On the way in I had spotted some paddle boats in the lake, ...
... wifi and great food, though not all that cheap by our standards. There was a nice supermarket at the same place, which again brought tears of joy to my eyes (the variety and quality is of an ordinary supermarket in France, as I discovered in the various French islands I visited sailing is breathtaking.)
We eagerly began the route back to the campground with visions of our new bottle of Côte du Rhône and the campground swimming pool ...