Hotel les Alpages
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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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- Breakfast Available
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... in Lyon. These are passageways between streets. They date back to the 4th century and were established by silk makers and other merchants to move their goods quickly around the town. Apparently there are hundreds of these in Lyon, and the city is famous for them. We see a tour group going through a door off a street and assume that this probably leads into a traboule. We follow the tour group. We enter a maze of passageways that seems to lead in ...
I had my first Airbnb experience whilst in Lyon. For those who don't know Airbnb is a community of people who either have accommodation available or are looking for somewhere to stay. I stayed with a lovely girl called Leila an her cat Oiseau (it means bird in french). It was a great experience to stay and chat to a local. I will happily be ...
... started smoking a cigarette while inside. I found it interesting that it for him it was not uncommon to smoke inside. I however stood away from him, because I am not particularly a fan of smoking.
When everyone was done going to the bathrooms we were able to get back on the bus and go on a trip of the port. The port reminded me of the port of Philadelphia. For me it was really hard to understand the interputation of the tour guides, but I tried my best to ...
... the train station was quicker because it was down hill and we had 15 mins to spare waiting before our train. You've all probably heard of the fast trains in Europe. Well while we were sitting there two came through the station. scared the daylights out me, both times. They go so fast, you wouldn't want to be too close to the edge, I've been on one and it certainly doesn't feel like you are going that fast. Once back in Lyon, we ...
... out over the edge of the hill at the city of Lyon. Another great panoramic! France always surprises me no matter where I go, even though I've now been here for a month. The buildings and houses were so cool from that angle, and we could tell that we were in a European city just from the way everything was arranged--in basically no specific order at all. The French really do know how to make everything look pretty.
After going back down to the city, we ate lunch in ...