Mercure Grand Hotel Saxe Lafayette
Travel Blogs from Lyon
... We saw the "amphitheater des Trois Gaules", a Christian site that dates back to the 3rd century!! A few more Traboules then we passed through the very artsy district of "Le Village des Createurs"' then La Fresque des Lyonnais...the most famous painted wall in Lyon, it's more like an immense mural on 3 sides of a building....painted like the building would look. With balconies and people on the balconies...looks quite real. The people painted there were all famous individuals in ...
... Today I went to St Etienne because I really wanted to see the city and to see what I thought. A lot of different people had given me their opinions, some good and some bad. But in the end, I think it's really up to me hey. It's my life and I have to make my own decisions for me and my happiness. Anyway, Amine really wanted to come with me. But he also had a soccer match that he really wanted to watch. So he was struggling with his choice. But untold him he should stay ...
... a lot closer than ever, it was so loud. Ben and I froze, shining our head torches into the bushes. Our hearts were racing, honestly I thought I would have to bottle a fox or badger if it ran at us. Exploring. We thought we better inspect what it was before we went to bed, peering down, stepping closer to the edge of the slight drop. There it was, a small harmless hedgehog! That was it, as it was so quiet the noise sounded a LOT louder!
Hangovers and the Tour de France! Smugly I was feeling ok this morning although some were operating on very little sleep! After getting some much needed chamois cream (running low) and drooling over €3000 bikes we met up with the suffering and walked over to the main square. Breakfast was typical of a hostel... Poor... The bread was so hard you'd probably end up killing a duck but more importantly ...
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