hotelF1 Lyon Saint Priest

5 rue Jean Zay, Saint-Priest, Rhone, Rhône-Alpes, 69800, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $39.00
 

Travel Blogs from Saint-Priest

Finally the rain has stopped!

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas

31

... but the facilities are good and as its all gravel no mud to worry about from the rain!

We took the bus into Lyon for a look around the city with no expectations but it was a nice city and easy to get around.

Now that its dry, we hope it will stay that way as staying / sleeping in the van with the rain pouring down is a pretty miserable place to be!!


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Lyon

A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs

20

... Despite our fun transit adventures, we are looking forward to returning to small town living where everything is walking distance, and will be heading by train tomorrow to Colmar, close to the German border. France observation for the day * Green space intended for playing is hard to come by (a pay-entry park in Paris was the best and only options so far). Thomas is climbing every fence and pole in ...

Day off

A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs

6

... We bought groceries and then came home to relax. And that was about it for today. It was hard to slow down, since we are in such a great city with much more to see and do, but the break was very necessary so we could recharge for more exciting adventures to come. More discoveries while in France..... - Thomas does not like dark fancy restaurants with ...

Arrived

A travel blog entry by timsparling

We landed about ten this morning. First joy was once again finding that the car rental company had ignored our request and were offering us an unsuitable vehicle. After about an hour of negotiations we finally left with a small van which we think will work. We will find out for sure when we load it in the morning.

Got to the hotel and reassembled bikes ...

Lyon

A travel blog entry by fredpedler68

4

... amphitheatres side by side. It would have been very impressive in its day. We were fortunate that we had visited the Ales Museum that had a model that showed what a complete theatre contained and what it would have looked like. The site has been partially restored and is used for cultural events and was being set up for a festival. There were many school groups on the large site. We then found a street cafe that had tables set up under some street ...

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