Ibis Lyon Palais des Congres-Caluire
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... It is much used for film settings (3 Musketeers, etc.) Originally involved in weaving linen as opposed to silk in Lyon.
In the evening we were invited to a special table in the restaurant were we were served a 6 course gastronomic meal with each course accompanied by a matching wine after the vintage champagne appetiser. Extremely enjoyable with top class food and great ...
... apartment just outside the tourist zone. She is so interesting and is looking for work in her chosen field of opera. She said that the profession is pretty tight in Lyon so it's been difficult for her to get auditions. We enjoyed her company and she is certainly a special person. Tomorrow is Saturday and Sandy takes the train back to Paris to fly home and I head to Chamonix. Crossing my fingers that I get at least one great day of good weather so that I can go up to Mont ...
... day, it had been raining for a hour or two and it continued to pour. When we entered their facility, it was nice to find that they all spoke English. That makes things so much easier to understand and learn. We got two presentations while at FedEx: operations and sales. In addition to that, we got a tour of their main floor. We came in the afternoon, when they're not busy, so they weren't able to show us exactly how things went but they gave us a ...
... 26th (the Rhone) Everyone went on the guided tour of Lyon in the morning visiting the Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-Fourrviere built between 1872 & 1896, a busy morning full of lots of information. We went back to the ship for lunch then we did the smaller group tour to the Silk District & to see the Silk Painting being done. In it's heyday this area had 40,000 working looms, it now has just 3. We all found this day a little too full on & were very tired afterwards. Vienne ...