Kyriad Lyon Est-Bron Eurexpo
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... about the Airbnb condo was getting to leave our stuff out and not having to consider taking space away from roommates. The down side of the condo was that there were no other travelers around to talk to. The area up on the hill seemed to be 99.8% French speaking locals and then Chris and I. We had pretty low expectations coming into France with how we would be treated as non-French speaking Americans, but we were pleasantly surprised. We ate at two different restaurants and two coffee ...
We left Provence this morning & arrived in Lyon at about 12.30. It took us about another 2 hours to work out how to get the car to the right place to return it to Avis. We were in a car park & looked out the side & could see the parking spaces but it just wasn't easy to see how to actually get there. Fortunately when we did eventually, inexplicably and circuitously get there we were right next to where our hotel is so that bit was easy! ...
This was our only full day in Lyon, but we had no specific plans. We went out and moseyed around the neighborhood, which clearly catered to the tourists, with lots of shops selling chachkies, restaurants with menus with English subtitles, a Subway sandwich shoppe, etc. Nonetheless, it had an old world charm to it.
The streets were not quite as packed as they were on ...
... friendly. One girl, born and raised in Lyon, at a bus stop asked us if we were lost, which we were. She pointed out some good locations on a map and then went out of her way just to show us where to go! Where ever we went, locals were friendly. One small thing I've noticed is if you go into a store and straight away ask "Hello, do you speak english?", they usually get a bit defensive and not so open towards you, but if you show that respect their language ...