Ibis Lyon L'Isle d'Abeau
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Isle-d'Abeau
... bothering to apply their culinary skills to the humble chip. I wonder why all French people aren't morbidly obese. Their diet seems to consist of lots of cheese, croissants and rich desserts. All their main courses come with sauces made mainly of butter and cream, and everyone eats a couple of bread sticks with every meal. They should all be so gross they can hardly waddle down the street. They should be, but they're not. Maybe they are all ...
... through Airbnb again. As is becoming my usually I've put together a video of Lyon, which includes: - Old town streets - Théâtres Gallo-romains (amphitheatre) - Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière (best view in Lyon) - Hidden passages in the old town - Wait for the last picture - something is a little different with the windows, can you see ...
... great sports facilities for the youth of the day. We spend the rest of the afternoon inside reading and catching up with our maps for the rest of our trip! It's not stopped raining. Day 2. First thing this morning we set out on the bikes as it's sunny. Bit blooming fresh mind. It's like cycling in the UK. Rolling hills as green as you like dotted with cattle munching. We also actually got to ...
The second pilgrimage.
My journey to Marist places of origin and pilgrimage began in Lyons where the idea conceived some years earlier of establishing a Society dedicated to Mary emerged.
Lyons is the second largest city in France and dates back to the year 43 BC. A plaque on the hill of Fourviere marks the spot where Lucius Munatius Plancus perform the founding rites of the colony Lugdunum and as is said too often " the rest is history". But it ...
... village Boules rink/area (not sure of the right word here). We opened a bottle of French Chardy and took a drink over to the ...