Ibis Lyon Part Dieu Les Halles
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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Today was a day filled with lots of traveling to reach Lyon. The first stop was at La Fontainebleau, where a stunning chateau of Napolean was the site of the day. After a delicious cuppachino at a French bistro, the journey continued. After another 2 hours journey we reach Chateau De Cruix in the Boujelais Wine Region. The scenic hills of the vineyards surrounded us as we were given the opportunity to taste some of the award winning wine along with some ...
... to be a little adventurous and pulled out my wordlens app and saw that there was a deal of picking 3 for 18 euro so I picked a pork salad for a starter, some sort of calamari, shrimp and sweet and sour sauce for an entree and a coconut flan for dessert and Tracy ordered the Pad Thai. I was pleasantly surprised that my risk payed off and I actually enjoyed my dinner! We then came back to our room and I wrote in my journal and uploaded pictures and went to ...
... how we would use our Jiu jitsu to choke and hurt people in the bar we were just two turfed ***** talking ****.
Baz was so ****** up he was worried about standing up to order at the bar and that was when it was decided it was home time, otherwise I'd have to drag him back to the hostel.
So we walked the long trek home, no idea how we did it but we made it, got into the room and we were ...
... arriving on Lyon at about 3pm our troubles begin. Lyon is a fascinating city - a mix of the very old and very new and with steep topography, heaps of narrow streets, bus lanes, squares, tunnels and road works. It is probably the road works that defeats our GPS and finds us traversing tiny, narrow little back lanes, bus lanes and at one point, find ourselves the only vehicles in one of Lyon's many squares. We eventually reach our hotel after charging up a very ...
... with a bath in the hearth of the bedroom like in Renaissance times, with sumptuous drapes, fresco painted walls (the toilet is completely hand painted) & headboard. Saturday night we got all dressed up and had dinner in Les Loges, the hotels Michelen starred restaurant. Chef Anthony Bonnet has created a menu that blends traditional cuisine with imagination (words taken from hotel blurb). The restaurant sits in the Grand Cour, the glass covered ...