hotelF1 Lyon Saint Priest

Address: 5 rue Jean Zay, Saint-Priest, Rhone, Rhône-Alpes, 69800, France | Hotel
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      Full Day Excursion to Grenoble

      A travel blog entry by colons on Mar 17, 2015

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      ... weather. When we got to BD it was at the bbottom of a beautiful mountain and next to a lake. We pulled up the the get of BD and got off.
      For BD we all had to show our passports in order to get in. We were given a id badge in exchange for our passports. We were able to use the id badge to get through the gates of DB. Once we were in the property of DB it was so cool to see all the professionals walk around as they went about their day. When we got inside I ...

      Lyon: Full Day Excursion to Marseille

      A travel blog entry by colons on Mar 16, 2015

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      ... style to them and almost reminded me of models in a cool magazine.
      There was cat walking around the restuarant. It reminded me of home, because I have alot of cats in my town back at home.
      When we were done with lunch we got back on the bus to go to FedEx.
      No surprise I fell asleep again. At this point I am starting to believe that I have narcolepsy.
      When I woke up we were at FedEx. It was still raining so we had to run into the building. The ...


      A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 14, 2014

      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 ...


      A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on Jun 25, 2013

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      ... 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 ...


      A travel blog entry by ella.hudson86 on May 13, 2013

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      ... more frustrating and with no prize at the end!

      Lots of the doors we wanted to get through were locked as they are now entrances to apartments and require a code to access.

      Whilst on the trail we did discover that a few of the Traboules have been marked for tourists so we were able to follow a few, however some of the signs have been removed and still some of the entrances were blocked. It was very exciting and ...