Ibis Lyon Sud Chasse sur Rhone
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Much earlier in the year we had planned to meet up with our great university and Sydney mates; Tina and Andrew and their 3 children for mid term UK holidays. I'd said we'd most likely be in France so Tina looked at easy flights from the midlands in the UK where they currently live. We searched for any 4 bedroom villas within the SW of France. We now realise that we got pretty lucky with our random choice and no prior knowledge of the ...
... dollar. Nope... all the ancient buildings are lived in, all the churches are open and free to visit, the riverfronts are open to all to enjoy... it's actually a challenge to find a postcard! There is no room to be a tourist in Lyon. One is immediately embraced and pulled along into the Lyonnais good life as if to say "What's a tourist? Living well is normal here." Love ...
... been more beautiful! Hardly a cloud!
We had to be back on board by 2:30 for departure and continuation down Le Rhone. We traveled down some Locks which are incredibly cool!! It is not only a feet from an engineering standpoint, but also from a maneuvering stand point by our (very cute!) Captain! A detailed video will come a bit later!
The rest of the day was spent laying around and reading... resting ...
... also the Rhone and we were able to see much of the waterfront. I was a little disappointed at how unkept and littered the waterfront was...more so in older Lyon though. We did get to see some amazing architecture in what is considered the rich area of Lyon...still under development and very modern looking compared to everything else we have seen. We have also learnt something else while here... ...
... can hire small boats for a paddle and picnic, a botanical garden with massive greenhouses, and even a zoo. Whilst this is called an African Zoo on all of the signs, the only animals from Africa are a few giraffes and two quarantined elephants (a third elephant died in 2010 and the autopsy suggested the cause was tuberculosis), with most other animals being from South America or Asia. It was a pleasant way to spend the morning, and ensured we spent the ...