Hotel Ibis Lyon Gerland 7eme
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... This part of Lyon was different then the part we were staying at. The arcutechure did not seem as old as it was by our hotel. This part of the city was way more hustle and bustle then the other side. When we got to CEFAM I was surprise to see how small the office was. I thought it would be way bigger. The area CEFAM was in was a very busy area, and the building had alot of different things going on. Being in that kind of enviroment of a busy area made me envision my ...
... hungry. Nikki and I walked around for about an hour looking for food, when we realized that most places didn't open until 7. We found a gourmet dessert shop across the street from the hotel and got a couple of parfaits to hold us over. It was really delicious.
We went back out around 7 for food and stopped into a cafe we had seen earlier. We went in but they weren't serving food. We each got a beer anyway. ...
... s wedding which was starting at 11am, and they are seated at the back of the plane, so could everyone else please remain seated when the plane stops at the gate to let them off first(!).
Luggage pick-up was routine and we walked out of the airport. Dave, Linda, Mark and Barry assembled their bikes right there. Dave and Linda had a plan to cycle to Pérouges, the medieval town that we visited on the first morning of our first day on ...
Ah my GOD!! The day I get to leave Lyon is so close I can almost touch it! I'm so incredibly impatient for it! I keep wanting it to be now! Why the heck can't it be now. I feel like one of those little kids at Christmas time who wakes up at the crack of dawn and races to the Christmas tree for their gifts! I want my gifts damn it! Gosh, now I know how Maggie feels when she has to wait until after lunch on Christmas Day to open her gifts, gahhhh!! Patience really is ...
... he seemed to think it was fine, the guy was really drunk. Oh well. A bit later the guy came back and was like - no hard feelings, etc. so it's probably fine. Note to self: tone down the language. But something I find surprising about France, or at least the Wallace, is that when people are too drunk, they still get served. If they're being rude to waitresses or other people, it's not often that anything is done about it. It's kind of like, they have enough money to buy alcohol ...