Hotel des Dauphins

Address: 8 rue Francois Berier, Bourgoin Jallieu, Isere, Rhône-Alpes, 38300, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 8 rue Francois Berier, Bourgoin Jallieu.
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Travel Blogs from Bourgoin Jallieu

Last Stop, better make it a good one

A travel blog entry by slonge on Nov 16, 2014

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... 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 ...

What a special city!

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 13, 2014

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... The metro system of 3 lines is amazing for such a small population (only about 500,000). Wish we could manage that in Perth!!!

Fri 14th: ...

A restful day

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Sep 16, 2013

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... traboules, a series of passageways that connect buildings and courtyards across the city. But, the numbers on my map are of the traboules, and if we find a door, in most places, they will open and so long as we respect that its private property we can wander through the traboules and look at the inner courtyards and ancient buildings within. We found several and it was amazing to see this internal network of entrances to some beautiful apartments. Lyon ...

Vichy to Lyon

A travel blog entry by gregandjacq on Jul 13, 2013

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... t got it worked out.Back on the bikes and heading for Lyon.The Green ride crew are behind us up the hill at St Clement so we decide a steady ride with a coffee stop planned along the way and hopefully regroup with the Green ride for a collective roll into Lyon.Found a coffee shop with a TV at La Tour De Salvagny (just a small pastry for Paul this time), coffee'd up and watched the last 25km or so of the race.A lone rider out from a group of 12-15 riders then several minutes back ...

Sunday in Lyon

A travel blog entry by tina_nixon on May 26, 2013

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... the decor featured bamboo plants, surfboards and a plastic crocodile - very authentic!
Our next stop was the Forum des Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse. This is the covered market which is famous for the quality of the food. It took a little careful navigation but we found it. The variety and quality on offer was amazing - everything from meat and fish to baked goods and chocolate. There were also a number of bars and restaurants offering the freshest food.