Ibis Lyon Part Dieu Les Halles
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 ...
We are doing more than eating our way across France although may not sound like it. The journey from Aix was easy thanks to the wonderful transport system. Trains are spotless and on time and stations ,well staffed and so far have lifts and escalators , they even run to porter services to help with luggage. The apartment in the old city is in a 15C building that has been restored even has a lift. The tiny streets crowded with ...
After winter break, classes picked up so I've been busier than I would typically enjoy. But one good thing about this time of year is that SPRING has come! Flowers are blooming, the weather is nicer (I've put away my wool coat-although the wool sweater is still in use). It is sunny more often than it rains, and the birds are chirping.
The last weekend of February Nicole and I explored Vieux Lyon and walked along the Saone. We found ...
... a skit from The Carol Burnet Show) leads us around to the back of the house. They have built on top of the garages and turned them into rentals. These are really nice places. A large bedroom, nice bathroom, living space with a frig, table, chairs, microwave and a little balcony to sit outside on. These are reasonably new and nicely decorated. Well it is only for one night anyway. We settle in and sit out on ...
... are flexible with this part of our travels.
We finally got to rental place and it took another 1.5hours or so to complete formalities and be trained. Then we were off, very scary finding our way out of Paris and first time driving on right, but we managed to get on the A6 and off we went, first obstacle was the payaige (tolls) we navigated to get our ticket and off we went again. In France you collect the ticket ...