hotelF1 Saint Etienne

Address: 114 Rue Des Acieries, St-Étienne, Rhône-Alpes, 42000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Le Marais - Méons - Grangeneuve area of St-Étienne, is near Museum of Art and Industry and Patrimoine Le Corbusier.
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    Travel Blogs from St-Étienne

    Day Twenty Eight - I Wish I Could Stay Longer

    A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Nov 06, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... 8217;t have the icky gold all over it (pic 12).

    The final place I went was the Cathedral Saint Jean Baptiste. This cathedral was more my style. Half of it was under renovation so I didn’t get to see it like it should be seen but I did get to view the nice little treasury they had. There was a really beautiful item that made me think of Nikki and her love of rocks (pic 13). I was a little worried the picture wouldn’t turn out but the colors popped more than I ...

    Monday: Port de Fos and Fedex Visit

    A travel blog entry by aqdusbhatti on Mar 22, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the city of Lyon. We went to a local restaurant and got food. As usual we got bread as a complementary appetizer. Following dinner we went out got bikes from the local rental booth and rode them around town. Then we worked our way towards a social boat. This was a unique experience of mostly college individuals and some high school aged individuals. We stayed for a bit and headed back to the hotel to be prepared for the next ...

    Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to Paris we go

    A travel blog entry by sindlen on Dec 07, 2013

    1 comment

    ... miniatures - it was interesting because the miniatures were not necessarily limited to nativity sets, but also included lavender growers, markets, and all kinds of animals - including elephants. There were miniatures which had been painted and also terracotta blanks. There were also buildings available to allow you to create your very own French village to go with the people. Ed was very keen to buy up large and build his own village, ...

    The French Revolution and the Marists

    A travel blog entry by jcarty on Nov 15, 2013

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... noting that excavations in 1958 uncovered an amphitheatre with a seating capacity for 4,500 later expanded to 10,000 at the time of Emperor Hadrian in the year 119 AD? Just. Few years later (177 AD) the first Christian martyrs died for their faith in the amphitheatre.
    Two ecumenical councils were held in Lyons one in 1245 and one in 1274. Some serious matters were discussed and some issues decided including. Reform in the Church, which seem to be ...

    My Home is Your Home

    A travel blog entry by zoemeetsworld on Oct 25, 2013

    3 photos

    ... to express my thankfulness and appreciation for others who open their homes, especially to strangers! I've had many open up their homes to me in the past and to you I say thank you very much! I hope in the future I can be just as welcoming and loving to those who I welcome into my home! So, yes... you reading this, you can stay with me whenever you like :) ... except if I'm not there... then we should talk.... but probs still a yes in the end anyways.... We'll chat. Peace, ...