Campanile Lyon Centre Gare Part-Dieu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCampanile Lyon Centre Gare Part-Dieu
Great location, wight across the road from the central station in Lyon Part Dieu and the large shopping mall of Lyon Part Dieu. Friendly and helpful staff at reception, a restaurant and bar on the premises. The room could have been a bit larger and would have been good to include a bar fridge.
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... to eat new things. They are very accommodating to my husband who has a special diet. Each night we eat with someone different. This is better than getting assigned seats and having to eat with couples you don’t like. This is also a good way to meet people. After dinner we took a walk on the deck. The docks seem to be the place where young people go to drink. Even though an evening walk was suggested in our itinerary it didn’t look like a good idea.
... weather. When we got to BD it was at the bbottom of a beautiful mountain and next to a lake. We pulled up the the get of BD and got off.
For BD we all had to show our passports in order to get in. We were given a id badge in exchange for our passports. We were able to use the id badge to get through the gates of DB. Once we were in the property of DB it was so cool to see all the professionals walk around as they went about their day. When we got inside I ...
... furry critter withdrawals and the cat decided my lap was a good napping spot.
I had 4 classes today (so I was at school for 8 hours). Other than that, I didn't do much other than Skype some people from home and get sleep because... well check the next post :P
I hope you enjoy reading my rambling explanations of what I've been up to, if not I hope you like the pictures(although there are fewer now that I class). Take care :)
... you raised your eyes skyward to the top of Fourviere Hill where the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourviere with its white marble and gold glistened in the sunshine. Once again it was time to climb a hill to visit a church but this time would be done with ease as engineers had tunnelled through the hill and built the Fourviere Funicular that took you from street level to the Basilique. Although the most uncomfortable part of the journey was before we ...
... with good friends at my side. But what made this trip even better was the unexpected. The ruggedness of the Alpes, the deep green lush valleys of the Pyrenees, the vineyards around Ventoux, the timeless villages, the grotto in Lourdes, the history all around us, the chaos at the train stations trying to work out which carriage on which train on which platform we should be in and the amazing hospitality and friendliness of the people at the ...