Quality Hotel Le Cervolan Chambery - Voglans
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
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... It was with a croissant crust, whaaat. I know, I know I'll try to contain my excitement. Lets talk about French bacon, it's not like the bacon we are used to, it is more like a ham sort, but delicious non the less. Rachel got a muffin, and Jesus was it decadent, so rich and fluffy.
After biking we decided to do some "quick" shopping. Let me just start by saying that when we entered Mango (store) no one greeted us, how rude! No one ...
... because they were able to speak pretty good english and they were especially helpful with giving good tips on places to go around Lyon. They told us that we should go to the "old city" and we took that advice. After leaving that bar and changing, we went to the old city, where there were many Saint Patrick's Day festivities going on. It made for a fun night in Lyon.
Another day starts another adventure! We woke up early this morning to allow ourselves ample time to go shopping in Lyon. I had plans to purchase either a spring jacket or button down shirt, but I did not find anything that I really liked. Even though this was in the touristy section of France, the prices were not too unbearable. As we were about to head back to the hotel to board the bus for Grenoble, ...
... manufacturing of syringes. We then went to the CEFAM offices to meet some of the officials there and then walked down the street for the reception with some of the CEFAM students. This was a nice little outing were we could all have a glass of wife and get to know each other and tell stories about what we have done so far.
My first foreign holiday was an expedition in the family car through France to Switzerland, possibly in or around 1970. It was quite an epic business.
My family had never travelled abroad before, so to be on the safe side, we had booked an organised tour through a travel company. We had a route to follow, and pre-booked hotels, as well as the services of a courier; if I recall, a pretty young lady who my Dad took a shine to.
As novices on "the Continent", ...