Ibis Lyon Gare La Part Dieu
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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!
... two rivers (Saone and Rhone) though the morning mist rather spoilt things for us. We then visited the old part of the city with many 15th century buildings. Unique to the area are the traboules, which are doored passageways through the ground floor of the blocks leading from street to street, It is said that these allowed the silk to be moved between the looms and the river ...
... it had garlic, peppers, and a bunch of different herbs so make that DOUBLE delish. They gave us "pizza" knives, a skinny knife that had large holes in the blade -- which -keeps the cheese from sticking to the knife. Genius! We spent a little time looking for some in the kitchen section of the local grocery store but with no luck. I ventured into a local candy shop and purchased birthday gifts and Melanie gave me lots of "samples" and we exchanged ...
... MANY miles of cargo containers and logistics centers. The port of Marseille is the third largest port in Europe, and they have an ideal location, at the southern border of France. The port was very impressive because of all the technology they use to make the receiving/shipping process move along as quickly as possible. One thing I found very interesting about that visit was actually the fact that he (and many other French people) still ...
... station and stumbling after it. She was a little creepy because she looked crazy. Well talky decides to come back because he didn’t finish his life story in French. He comes up and starts talking to us again in French and Jake says, “Sorry we don’t speak French.” Sure enough, just to spite me, this hobo speaks freaking English. He goes on and on about “God save the queen” and “Oh I love England” until ...