Ibis Lyon Palais des Congres-Caluire
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Ibis Lyon Palais des Congres-Caluire
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Lyon Palais des Congres-Caluire
Travel Blogs from Lyon
... it in Spanish and totally screwed
up, I practiced and practiced all day, but I still messed up. Oh well, it was
And that, my friends is the end of our 2 week vacation!
We took all day to get back to Rochefort the next day, I
decided to go see Meredith when we got back and we had supper together. Then
Sunday was the day we used to do laundry and get organized for the real reason
we’re all here and planned some lessons for school. ...
... 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: ...
... rock, and a statue of "The Good German" in a niche in the cliff side. We also saw this tromp l'oiell on the side of a building that I remember reading about that looks like it's actually part of the building but includes famous people on the balconies.
We had dinner at a place called Le Bouchon des Filles that was recommended in The Lonely Planet guide. For me this was the best meal I've had on our whole trip. It was a four-course set menu ...
... to the river.
Once we were on the river we sat down, and both decided to write. The day couldn't have been better, and one of the best parts about Lyon was were were not on a tight schedule to see everything. We got to stroll the city and take it all in.
I will be very sad to leave this city tomorrow, and wish that I could stay here forever, but I am excited for our journey to continue! I know in my future I will come back here, no matter what!
You know you're in France when...
You think you've been good that day because you only had one thing from the patisserie.
You can find your way back by knowing where you are relative to the cathedrals and ferris wheels.
You see a couple shamelessly making out and you feel like you're the one who's intruding even though they are the ones in public.
You walk down the street and stop at every other window to "faire la lèche-vitrine," or window shop (literally to lick ...