Hotel les Alpages
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... get some food in my stomach. When the brought out the light appetizers I thought they were very taste. I finally drank some wine.
I talked to a couple of the CEFAM students. I asked them what kind of music they liked and alot was American.
Our tour guide gave us a ticket to use the Metro to get back to the side of Lyon that our hotel was at. Most of us decided to go back with the tour guides and professors because we did not want to get loss coming back. ...
... The chicken I ate was amazing. It had great flavor. The chocolate cake I ate was amazing too. The first served us this orange colored drink that taste almost peachy mango-y. I thought it was really good. While I was at the resturant I was able to get WIFI and talk to my dad and big (from my sorority) over the internet. I was to keep in touch with the ones I love in America because I was feeling lonely in France.
The waitor and waitress at the resturant had ...
We had a guided tour of Lyon this morning. We saw the big cathedral on top of the hill. It was lovely as was the view up there. We also saw Roman ruins including some that had been unearthed during construction. There was a colosseum like structure that was being set up for a performance. Next we saw the lifelike paintings on the buildings. They ...
... control things, but for the past month I've really felt like I've experienced it first hand. It doesn't matter how many leads I follow up or how enthusiastic I am, or how sweet and charming I am in interviews, I can't control the other person and I can't make them give me a job. And it's disheartening that no matter how hard I try or how much I want it, it still doesn't move any quicker in France. I think this country prides itself a little bit on it's ...
... We then passed by a building that was completely covered by a huge fresco! It had all the important writers, artists, philosophers and politicians that came from Lyon over the course of the last several centuries, and I was really amazed by how detailed it was! The people looked real, the flowers painted on the wall were practically 3D, and at first I couldn't tell if the windows were real or not (they weren't). The fresco was just further proof that the French go to great ...