hotelF1 Lyon Dardilly

Address: A6 Porte de Lyon, Dardilly, Rhône-Alpes, 69570, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on A6 Porte de Lyon, Dardilly, is near Palais Saint-Pierre, Fourvière Hill, Croix-Rousse, and Rue de la Republique.
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    A travel blog entry by erin1990 on Jul 26, 2015

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    ... through Airbnb again. As is becoming my usually I've put together a video of Lyon, which includes: - Old town streets - Théâtres Gallo-romains (amphitheatre) - Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière (best view in Lyon) - Hidden passages in the old town - Wait for the last picture - something is a little different with the windows, can you see ...

    Day five on the way to the Rhone

    A travel blog entry by hcason on Jul 23, 2015

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    ... slowly changed over the years to Lyon. The city is very vibrant and has a lot of different cultures and the buildings are all tall and narrow. They are going through a bit of a renaissance at the moment and trying to get the city more tourists particularly cruise ships. The city is a UNESCO world heritage ...

    Jazz in the secret jardins

    A travel blog entry by susannz on May 24, 2014

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    ... we thought would be a great spot to eat, so off we wandered down the road. But before we located the fort we heard music playing, and we gravitated towards it as we could hear the hub bub of people talking as well, thinking we were coming upon a cafe or something. What we did find was a garden which appeared to be an arts collective and multiple vegetable gardens...possible similar to the allotments system in England. We discovered that during summer Lyon ...

    September 7,2013

    A travel blog entry by bonniegordon on Sep 07, 2013

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    ... nylons, pointed spike heels( shimmery gold) and a large purse on her shoulder. She was my age. NOW you get the picture. I was worried about her many times on our walks through these 13th century villages because they were hilly and cobbled with bear paw sized rocks. I had big flat shoes on and had to concentrate on not falling. Poor Tamara minced her way up and down on I'm sure painful feet but she never said a complaint. Good for her! ...

    Eminently Forgettable Lunch in Lyon

    A travel blog entry by dadonatrain on Jun 19, 2013

    ... English and my tourist French wasn't up to the task. I'm still not entirely sure what I ate for the starter course, which is what they call what we call appetizers. Not my favorite meal so far, by a long ways!

    But I survived and made it to Nimes.