Campanile Lyon Sud-Chasse sur Rhone

Address: Zone de Charnevaux rue Pasteur, Chasse-sur-Rhone, Rhône-Alpes, 38670, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Zone de Charnevaux rue Pasteur, Chasse-sur-Rhone, is near Roman Theater (Theatre Romain) and St. Romain-en-Gal.
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    If you're not blogging, are you still traveling?

    A travel blog entry by eahaas on Oct 11, 2014


    Mais oui! But of course! I will try to catch up on the days in the Novotel in Paris without wifi in the room, with only the French keyboard downstairs , with the 'a' and 'q' swapped, the 'm' hard to find, etc. Our tour guide Jean Phillipe is REALLY funny, he and his partner met in San Diego 20 years ago and got married in Santa Fe, NM last year. Barbara and Jay and their neighbors Bob ...

    Saone/Rhone cruise, Part 2, 27 Sep – 4 Oct 2

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... We liked Avignon. It’s a very pleasant place to walk around with lots of old buildings but also very modern facilities – lots of cafes, bars and restaurants and lovely (and expensive!) shops. The view of the city from the river is very impressive as 4.3 km of the original city wall still exists, with 39 towers and 13 gateways!! Those popes built a massive fortress! After the Popes left, the Palace was unoccupied for ...

    Lyon, the Perfect In-Between City

    A travel blog entry by treenymph on Sep 29, 2014

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    Lyon for us was a short stay, only three days, but it was a perfect break between Farm #1 and Farm #2. We did not do much sightseeing, as we were so close to the Rhone (river) that it tended to be our go-to spot. The metro system in Lyon is very updated and comfortable, and there are a few nice schools in Lyon, which ...

    Day one touring Lyon

    A travel blog entry by mslb on Sep 22, 2013

    ... passageway keeping their textiles safe from the elements. Some passageways being so complex the lives of inhabitants during the French Revolution and the Second world war. There are approximately 400 Traboules in the city! Many of the newer (14-17th century) Traboules exist because the city was literally built upwards, and at time across existing streets creating passageways. Quite something! We opted to get a few food items and eat in ...

    Tour de Lyon

    A travel blog entry by laurencjo on Jul 15, 2013

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    ... approached (who was eventually overtaken in the final 10K), and we think we snapped a picture of Ryder Hesjedal (from Victoria) as he went by. What I remember most though, is the look of sheer agony on the final rider's face. Unlike Canada Day (in Victoria and Ottawa, at least), Bastille Day celebrations don't really get started until sundown, so we spent the day up at the Roman ruins on Fouvière Hill before ...