Campanile Lyon Feyzin
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... stay awake for as long as possible and I did! I was able to see us travel from the city to the country side. I found it so interesting to see so much graffetti on the walls of France. I finally feel asleep on the bus.
When I woke up I was surrounded by beautiful mountains and we were in the valley of it. It was beautiful out and I was able to get away with not wearing my jacket. I was wearing a dress and a kamono and I was excited to wear such spring fashion ...
... way smaller then I expected it to be. I thought it would be really big, but it was a small office. The people were so nice. We went upstairs in a circular staircase.
The head manager gave a presentation on the Global supply chain. Then we got a tour of the area were the trucks go. When went to the factory it was not running at the moment so we could not see it in action but it was still cool to be in the building. I thought again, it was smaller then I expected it ...
... painting. Our tour guide was pretty funny as well, even though her accent was tough to understand at times. From there we went to Patriarche where we walked through a really dark but impressive cellar. Apparently the cellar extended about 5km. The wines were pretty good, but everyone agreed that the wine we had for lunch was the best we had all day. I bought one bottle for my father because ...
... representing the river Garonne and the four horses with their bridals of water weeds representing the four main tributaries the Tarn, Ariège, Lot and Gers. Since it is now in Lyon the woman is said to be the Saône. You may know Bartholdi for that other woman in New Your harbour which was just a practice for the above!
Now it was time to meet the crew who I would be spending the next few days with. An ...
... a shoulder bag and dragging hers and Becky's suitcases, while I had my suitcase, backpack, the food bag, the tickets and Becky's hand. We had to take a couple of rests and our arms felt like they were falling off by the end, but finally we reached the platform and sat Becky down. Next, I had to work out where on the platform our carriage was likely to stop. I knew from our trip on the TGV from Paris, that there is not much time between arrival ...