hotelF1 Lyon Chasse sur Rhone

Address: Rue F. Mistral, Chasse-sur-Rhone, Rhône-Alpes, 38670, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rue F. Mistral, Chasse-sur-Rhone, is near Roman Theater (Theatre Romain) and St. Romain-en-Gal.
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Travel Blogs from Chasse-sur-Rhone

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 ...

Traveling to Lyon

A travel blog entry by annelouise52 on Oct 08, 2014

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I had to leave my little home away from home this morning and felt quite sad about it. I drove to Moreton in Marsh to catch the train to Paddington with a detour via a service station. The First Great Western train was on time and the trip very smooth. In fact we are pulling into Paddington now and the conductor just announced (bragged) that the train is early!!! ...

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 ...

Cinema, boats and the search for an Internet cafe

A travel blog entry by jessie-7 on Aug 19, 2013

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... Centuries were projected onto screens everywhere. A lot of them were comical or the portrayal of ordinary life and I was surprised at how real the people seemed. It sounds strange but when I watch early cinema it almost doesn't feel real and it's difficult to connect with the people on screen, but the Lumières' cinema isn't like that. There was also a collection of colour photographs which made the subjects look like modern people dressed up ...

Lyon - Le Fete Nationale

A travel blog entry by bishybarnabee on Jul 14, 2013

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... garden reminded me of what I had read about the June Whitfield rose - was described in a catalogue as "vigorous and superb for bedding’. How would you describe the rose of your life? The gardens have some traditional fairground rides and I was immediately take back to Paris in the 1960's and Charade and I could almost see Cary Grant chasing Audrey Hepbury through the stamp market. Timeless pleasures await all guests who spend time in ...