Chateau De Boisfranc

Address: Jarnioux, Rhone, Rhône-Alpes, 69640, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Jarnioux, is near Parc des Oiseaux.
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Travel Blogs from Jarnioux

Last Stop, better make it a good one

A travel blog entry by slonge on Nov 16, 2014

17 photos

... I could tell she totally loved this
city and it was great being influenced by the perspective of somebody who had
lived there for about 10 years already.

The restaurant we ate at was great. Crowded, but great…and
that’s why it was crowded. There was a wonderful “formula” we could get for 17
euros and it included an entrée, the meal and a dessert. I had sausages on
lentils in a red wine sauce for my entrée, YUM. Next was fish ...

Chateau de Cruix

A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Jun 21, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

Massive blow out. Whoa, 2 huge nights in a row. Friday was a driving day, so we left Paris and cruised on through to the Contiki's own Chateau, Chateau de Cruix. It's nice old building on a hill with awesome views of the Beaujolais wine region.

As if the big night out in Paris wasn't enough, the P party at the chateau was a step up. Amazing how well people got dressed up considering we only found out there was any themed parties that day. I managed ...

The journey to Lyon

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Oct 01, 2013

11 photos

... key ... to the city ... or at least our part of it. The flat is close he says ... the map confirms it. Twenty minutes later we walk into Vieux Lyon over the other river. Central Lyon is on the land between the two rivers. The streets narrow, become cobbled and mainly for pedestrians. We find our place. It has a ground floor entrance and then rooms across four floors going up ... like a tube with steep stairs. The massive wooden front door is key coded, then there are ...

Excursion to Lyon

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jul 27, 2013

... quarter mile around. At one end of the park was a statue of King Louis XIV, who apparently was important enough to the French citizens that they didn't destroy his statue. He was perched on top of a horse with a statue of a woman riding a lion on one side, and a man fighting a lion on the other. It was a bit bizarre, but still really beautiful and it reminded me again of how much I love French history and art.

From there, we took a trip to one of the cathedrals in ...

Our first Roman ruins in France!

A travel blog entry by everso on May 11, 2013

8 photos

... and a creperie to get some desert (not in that order). Since our hostel has a kitchen, we stopped to pick up dinner and some wine for that night. We kicked up our sore feet and watched some Elementary on our iPad while eating and relaxing for a bit. The hostel bar got super busy, and we decided to head out to hit the bars. Our first stop was called 50 beers. It literally had a menu with 50 beers, none of which we recognized. I asked the bartender to surprise us with two beers, and ...