- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was so clean and new looking. When we went into the meeting room the had snacks for us. I felt like I was going to a real business meeitng.
During the presentation I found it awesome to understand the global supply chain words the presentor used.
Whent the presentation was over we were able to take a tour of the cite. We first had to get suited up because no germs can get on the medical devices. We put on robes, hair nets, glasses, and ear plugs. I felt like ...
... When we left the FedEx people game us a tote bag and a pen.
We went back on the bus to train station. When we got back on the train, it was very confusing were to sit so I found an empty seat to sit in. I was first next to a lady, but when I woke up (from falling asleep yet again) I was next to a man. It was really cool to be in the train because I was able to see some real people of France as they traveled on their daily tasks. The man next to me seemed to be ...
... from a 13th century Crusader who decided to spend his last years living as a hermit on the slopes of the hillside.
Next day (29th Sept) we were docked in Viviers which is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in southern France and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Not many people live here (about 3,000) because a) it’s not very comfortable for a modern family and b) you need a lot of money ...
... 2 ½ hours.The scenery was pretty but a lot of the time there were banks on along the side of the tracks so you couldn’t see much.
When I arrived in Lyon I started to regret my decision, as outside the train station was horrible, it was dirty with dodgy looking characters hanging around everywhere. I went across the road and found a shopping center with WIFI and booked myself into a motel I then set off ...
... some french in there, they will do their best to meet you half way.
Lyon is not in a hurry. *Dam dam DAM!!!* This is the sound that the announcer at the train station makes plays before each statement, about every thirtieth second. Both me and Alina were close to a nervous breakdown after spending one hour at the station doing some internet browsing. I think this is not a coincidence. Nothing bad about the french at all, but so far it's like most of ...