Kyriad Lyon Est Bron Eurexpo Le Cottage
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... city and it is so different within the walls. Cobblestone streets everywhere (which most European cities have but the way these were laid out were just stunning) the castle in the city square, lines of restaurants and cafes and yet we all ended up at maccas for lunch. This was more so for the ease, cost effectiveness and to get us out of the damn hurricane outside instead of walking the streets trying to find a restaurant. We then hopped back on the bus ...
... the ages.The current building is from the 1800s and its quite cold inside.After mass I found a little market nearby and relaxed for the rest of the day
Nicole and I went shopping for food/new shoes for her. While we were there I found these really cute shoes and if they happen to be there when I walk by again, I'll probably end up buying them :P
Today we had to get enrolled in the university and ...
... for centuries and there is a plaque commemorating the visit to the tomb by one of the French kings in 500AD.
We enjoyed the cruise. The accommodation, food, service, wines, tours etc were great and we met some lovely people and saw some fascinating places. Towards the end, we were becoming a bit blasé about all these medieval, UNESCO listed places but the overall impression was still "WOW!!!" It was a great trip!
... observer, but I'm sure the experts go wild over the misshapen little bits of bronze lovingly laid out in simple display cabinets.
Metres and metres of complete floors are laid out here, painstakingly lifted and renovated for the museum....a labour of many long months and years. People are even allowed ...
... had provided… After confirming the supermache would not be opening on the Sunday, James decided to do a fairly substantial shop. He did an amazing job in the ‘tesco’ of France, where he could have bought any number of items (you name it, they had it…and more), only to realise at the checkout (after unloading his entire trolley of goods) that he must weigh and price every fruit and veg item himself before proceeding to the checkout. So he loaded ...