Timhotel Lyon La Part Dieu
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- Multilingual staff
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... you get a little….bored. What was really neat though was the Roman Colosseum they had in their backyard (pic 8)!! They gave me a discount on the museum but I kinda wish I’d skipped it and just gone to see the Colosseum cuz it was WAY more fun.
It was called the “Amphitheater of the Three Gauls” and dates to 19AD. There is actually not a lot that remains, just the outward wall but they have seamlessly integrated the current amphitheater so that it ...
... the river. Such modern touches seem strange in a town with a Roman Amphitheater and other Roman ruins.
The huge (6 hectors) square (Bellecour) has an equestrian statue of King Louis XIV in the middle. For those who wanted to do their own walking a shuttle bus picked them up later at this square.
The Medieval district was interesting with some nice old architecture. We walked through two of the many tunnels (traboules) that connected the ...
2:05PM: Arrive in Lyon Upon arrival, transfer to hotel via private coach and English speaking guide with enroute one hour city tour (guide will point out various sites from the coach – no entrances included; bottled water provided on coach) Guide/Assistant: Aurelie Szlachta 4:00PM: Check in hotel Dinner on own and evening free Overnight: Lyon (1) – Hotel Du ...
... Discovery Series event, you'll visit a local workshop to learn the secrets of creating delicately painted silk scarves. It was in Lyon that the Jacquard loom (named for its French inventor), the first automatic loom able to weave complex patterns, was invented.
This evening features the Captain’s Welcome Reception and a port talk, followed by the Captain’s Welcome Dinner.