Timhotel Lyon La Part Dieu
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... crackers. It has been an astonishing 35 degrees! Finally we reached Lyon, supposedly the gastronomy capital of the world. We were all excited to try some typical French delicacies such as frogs legs and croque Monsieur however majority of bistros close at lunch and do not make dinner. After wondering around for awhile seeing some sites with the other South Africans and soaking our feet in a fountain due to the pressures from walking around so much, ...
The four of us have now spent 2 days in Lyon and walked for miles. It is a decent walk of abour 2 km from where we are in inner suburban Lyon, across the Rhone and Saone rivers to the old city. Where we are is mostly 5-8 storey apartment blocks which range from 10-50 years old; it is a relatively quiet area and has only a smattering of shops.
Between the two rivers [the peninsular] lies the city centre which is a lively bustling zone of magnificent grand buildings, ...
... blue. The bus ride was really beautiful.
We visited BD Medical – Pharmaceutical Systems in Grenoble. The room we began in was a really nice meeting room. We got a presentation about Supply Chain and the work done by BD. It was a really good presentation. Following the presentation, we split into two groups to take a tour of the manufacturing plant. We had to wear plastic lab coats, ear plugs and safety goggles for the tour. It was really interesting to see how they ...
... 8217;s birthday at every restaurant we went to to see if we could
get some free dessert.
We then checked out another ice cream place that had 100
flavours and I’m so glad we went decided to eat a second dessert after lunch because
the price of this stuff was worth it. I got 3 flavours, one was a caramel &
salt, one was a white ice cream with chocolate chunks I think and the 3rd,
the most memorable, was mint. What’s so ...
... a counter plan to renew this historical site. Today it stands in typical medieval form, with narrow, twisting cobblestone streets framed by two or three story stone or stucco-faced buildings.
Two claims to fame for Lyon that were brought to our attention: The first ever moving picture was produced and filmed in Lyon in 1895 by the Lumiere brothers. Their “Workers Leaving a Factory” ran on a ...