Best Western Saphir Lyon
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... got back to the hotel we changed and meet in the lobby. I knew that we were all deciding to go to a bar after dinner because it was the last night in France and it was also St. Patrick's Day. We went to a side of Lyon that had alot of bars and resturants. We went to a pizzera for dinner. I had margeritta pizza that was soooo good. After dinner we went to a bar. It seemed as thought alot of locals were on this side of France. The bartender seemed to know alot of people ...
... Everyone at FedEx was very friendly and it was nice seeing some supply chains in effect in France! After the long voyage back, two bus rides and a three hour train, we returned to our hotel. We decided, since it was already about 9pm, that we would go out to dinner right away. There's a group of 8 of us who tend to stick together for meals and going out. We decided on Thai food for dinner, which is strange since we are in France. Our starving ...
... foot as a normal band aid would not do the job! Was interesting trying to find what we were after so used pictures to assist & Voilà, we found exactly what we needed. It has been a little warm & that has caused an outbreak on Shirl's feet.
Then it was off to find a croissant & espresso which we did at a café not far from the accommodation. Noticed they had beautifully made baguettes ...
The day in Lyon started off clear and blue and we had pastry for breakfast. We would have loved to stay and see more of Lyon but after last night's ordeal we were a bit scared of the traffic so we boosted it south. I definitely want to go back to Lyon though, it looked really pretty and had a great atmosphere and some of the best food I've ever had.
Our first stop was Valence which is a lovely medieval city along the banks of the Rhone. We found ...
... Dieu) and try to place orders. Kate attempts to buy a banana, and the woman refuses to sell it, perhaps she was saving it to put in crepes (?). Once again feeling rejected, we set off to find the Office of Tourism. After walking ten minutes or so, we end up on a street corner, and against all of Rick Steve’s advice, we pull out a large map attempting to navigate ourselves, a petite old man asks us in French if we need help, and we attempt to explain where we need to go. The ...