Campanile Lyon Centre Perrache
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Even though it is a two stars hotel , but it have provide quite a lot of thing , like tea , coffee , biscuit, shampoo and shower gel .The only thing is they don't have tooth brush , and the elevator are slow and only for 2 persons with a small suitcase. But the locator is quite convenience
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