Hotel De Noailles
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... city and it is so different within the walls. Cobblestone streets everywhere (which most European cities have but the way these were laid out were just stunning) the castle in the city square, lines of restaurants and cafes and yet we all ended up at maccas for lunch. This was more so for the ease, cost effectiveness and to get us out of the damn hurricane outside instead of walking the streets trying to find a restaurant. We then hopped back on the bus ...
... Security Insurance for France. After that, Nicole, Katy and I went to Parc Tete d'hors. We got there too late for the zoo so I will go back sometime earlier in the day when the zoo is open to see all of the animals.
I found the swing/lindy/blues dance crowd in Lyon tonight. for 4E you got a drink and a night of dancing. I find it a bit more intimidating than the salsa nights because people are more chatty, but I found ...
... design museums), a funicular ride up to the Roman amphitheatres still used for opera and concerts and the Basilica overlooking the city. Then the logistics of drive to the airport, returning the rental car, fessing up to the damage caused by the stone step in the Luberon and sweating bricks about overweight luggage. In the end our luggage went in ok with no excess charges (phew) and we waited for departure......and waited, and waited. A storm front was passing through ...
... actually on the trail I stopped by a hotel that I had marked as part of the path. I walked in and tried to ask for directions. The woman didn't speak very much English and ended up asking if I was a guest at the hotel. I said no, but I figured she might be have been able to help me anyways. She told me to go look for a tourism office and that was the end of it. At this I headed back to Greg and Jesse's to take it easy until dinner. We ended up going to a ...
There was a statue dressed in metal armour in the lobby, a creepy old accordion and old creaky seats. The living room area had a stone wall and fire place, while the dining room was equipped with olden day chairs, tables and old school chandeliers - creepy but fantastic at the same time!
There was a creepy windy red staircase to both levels, our rooms were incredibly creepy!
We had those Narnia looking mirror closets - but at the same ...