Hotel du Golf

67, rue Saint Simon, St-Étienne, Rhône-Alpes, 42000, France | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from St-Étienne

Iceland and round 2 of the UK

A travel blog entry by jd.6392


... with charging $8 for a new one! - No matter how expensive a new toothbrush is, I can't go more than a day without one. - Always eat the noodles. The best noodle soup I have ever had come from Reykjavik. I think it's called the noodle station, but in three days I ate there three times. Soooo good. - Icelandic maps are not accurate or to scale. I got very lost and confused trying to walk around the city, and it was genuinely because of the map, ...

It's So Close I Could Touch It

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... soon, but we're in France... still. But I do still have something to look forward to, I can't decide if it's on par with my birthday or not, but that thing is freeeeeeedommmm!!! Sweet freedom! Filled with the scent of the flowers of spring :) A little dilemma crossed my mind recently. So I had a rule about my blog initially. The rule was: anyone in the blog is not allowed to read the blog. For me it'd be like the actors on stage deciding to pierce the fourth ...

Les Vacances Pt. I

A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance


... br> I decided then and there that I was so out of shape, and dear God, how
was I going to ski this week. We climbed stairs for what seemed like 30 minutes
(and may have been), and we were all beat by the time we reached the top. But
the view was worth it, and I’m glad that I almost died to see it!

Day 3

We ended up staying one more night at the grandparents’
house. (We figured out that the ladder needed to be placed under ...


A travel blog entry by gmjoja


... to it so that the highest point in the city would not be Catholic.

The Rhone and Saone Rivers converge here, creating a middle peninsula (Presqu'ile) where most of the action is. There's an "old town" with medieval markings, and throughout the city there are buildings with the famous Baroque era Trompe-l'oeil murals that feature famous people often mixed with people from completely different centuries and fields.


In Lyon, When it Rains, it Pours

A travel blog entry by funkinfrance


... the way home, Hillary and I stopped to watch the big bocce ball tournament in Lyon in the center plaza because Lyon has a variation of bocce ball that is a huge here. I have to say that I enjoy playing bocce ball a lot more than watching it, but, apparently, the people of Lyon thought otherwise because many hundreds of people braved the strong rains and wind to watch this outdoor sport...

Oh Frenchies! I'll never be able to truly understand you.

Till next time!


This 4 star hotel, located in the Bel Air - Le Golf - Côte Chaude area of St-Étienne, is near Patrimoine Le Corbusier, Museum of Art and Industry, and Church of St. Pierre.
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