Hotel De Noailles
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I had my first Airbnb experience whilst in Lyon. For those who don't know Airbnb is a community of people who either have accommodation available or are looking for somewhere to stay. I stayed with a lovely girl called Leila an her cat Oiseau (it means bird in french). It was a great experience to stay and chat to a local. I will happily be ...
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This optional tour of Pirogues was great. This is a Medieval city which was restored in 1911 by the Beau Arts Commission. The city was built so that the homes were the fortification. They had very thick walls and small windows. There were two gates into the city. It wasn’t good to live by the gates (you would be the first to get killed.) Originally, the city held 1500 people. Before the restoration it became ...
... scheduled to meet with us was sick and not able to be there. We met with Jean-Jacques, the manager of Public Relations who has been there for over 40 years. He does not speak English so the two people from CEFAM that were with us did their best to translate. It was a bit of a difficult visit because of the language barrier. I still learned a lot about the port and how it operates. We met in a port office and he gave us an ...
... decide if the multi coloured facade was great or gauche. We both decided we liked it in the end but still not 100% sure.
The interior was likewise interesting and again we decided we liked it although not really our personal taste. Wavy pattern wallpaper, gold picture frames, mirrors, etc, antique furniture and mainly traditional paintings with the odd contemporary. The settings were well spaced and nicely arranged so guests did not look over one another.
... etc - Dave was in heaven! A few bottles were bought!
That night we got a recommendation for a good local restaurant in a tiny village in the mountains. On route - Connor asked about ticks - which Simone had told us about. We arrived at the restaurant - got a flashlight in the parking lot and checked behind his ear - there was definitely a black 1/2 cm long object there! We entered the restaurant and after being seated, asked the waitress to check out his ...