Ibis Lyon Sud Chasse sur Rhone
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... headed back to the hotel and enjoyed a good nights rest. It was the best we have had all tour and we could have just stayed there a little longer. We are now on our way to Paris and it is our last drive together as a group. We only have two nights left and reality is starting to kick in and Contiki/travel depression is starting to kick in. As much as we miss everyone at home and we just want to play and cuddle with molly we are safe our trip is almost ...
... Ellie, Corrine, and I had dinner with a really sweet older French couple. We had wine, saussison (sausage), and chips for appetizers before eating this delicious casserole that had vegetables, meat, and creamy cheesy goodness. After dinner there was a cheese board and a pineapple dessert thing-wasn't my favorite- and I had some herb tea (which wasn't bad). My favorite part of the evening though may have been when I made friends with the cat. I've ...
... has a 19th century church and statue on its summit – with some great views over the town and the Rhone. It was a very pleasant town.
Next day (28th Sep) we were docked in Tournon, on the east bank of the Rhone. Opposite on the west bank is Tain L'Hermitage, home of the Hermitage grape. The two towns lie in a valley flanked by steep granite hills and are linked by 2 bridges, the older one (1849) ...
... lush first class TGV that will take us at 320k per hour to Lyon (two hours), we settled. Stage one completed. The journey was smooth, rapid as I said, like a low flying jet, country passed and changed regularly. Jan nodded off, we read and wrote and looked. Why fly when you can do this? So we arrive in Lyon. What is it about railway stations? Always under construction, panhandlers, beggars ... I guess it's the liminal space I've warned of over the years. The transitional space ...
... for the museum. D'Orsay is a beautiful building. Originally constructed as a train station, it has large windows which cast a lot of natural light. The museum hosts the largest collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces in the world, by such painters such as Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, Seurat, Sisley, Gauguin and Van Gogh. Let's just say we had a quick look and then saved our intense introspective assessment of these beautiful pieces for a ...