BEST WESTERN Hotel Charlemagne
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... planned got cancelled and she
said that she could take us out to a great restaurant to eat some dishes
typical of Lyon. First, Elodie was a great little tour guide and a wonderful
person for taking some time out of her already busy week to show 5 strangers around
her city. She came and got us at our hostel and we walked, once again to the
old city of Lyon, all along the way Elodie was telling us all about the city
and what we should see and do the next ...
... resistance people and Jews in Lyons, the French Resistance Centre, that were tortured and killed. Returned to the Place du Terreaux and made our way over the river back to the Lyon Vieu old town where we had a couple of beers at a pub and then a really delicious Lyons local fare at a delightful restaurant. This is an amazing city.
... couple of hours were very exciting and the rest of the flight to Singapore went smoothly enough. With a four hour connection we made a quick trip into Chinatown to buy Poss's chefs two more piston funnels (because they fight over the one she already has), back on the last flight to Sydney. Arrived home Tuesday morning to very cold air temperature and the reality of normal life. Good to be home but we had the most wonderful holiday with memories that will last a very long ...
... ago, and it was rather exciting to actually be on it. It didn't seem to go as fast as the trains in Italy - maybe we are getting use to them (the Johnsonville line is going to seem very slow). Interestingly though, the carriages were twin level and it was a lot fuller than the Italian trains were. In Paris we followed the instructions of our apartment owners and within half an hour (which included a couple of transfers of metro lines) we were ...
... your breath, close your eyes and pray that you won't be found. You can hear your heart beating but you need to remain still as your life depends on it. Only a few more seconds. And then I sneezed. It was such a violent sneeze that the spoon fell off the saucer and my face was covered in mucus. The lady looked at me in horror. I need to get out of here.
You know, I'd actually recommend this place. It's old, it's cute and hey - it's medieval. It might be good for a ...