Kyriad Lyon Est - Saint Bonnet de Mure
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... There is a stunning view over the city. We very soon notice that the restaurant is full of generally older, very well dressed, posh looking French people all behaving very properly. It seems we have stumbled into a very posh restaurant. We would have been very happy with a roll and a drink sitting on a park bench. We are clearly very underdressed, and now feel very uncomfortable and out of place. I'm surprised they let us in. I feel the eyes of ...
I had my first Airbnb experience whilst in Lyon. For those who don't know Airbnb is a community of people who either have accommodation available or are looking for somewhere to stay. I stayed with a lovely girl called Leila an her cat Oiseau (it means bird in french). It was a great experience to stay and chat to a local. I will happily be ...
Sunny but cool morning..had a scrumptious breakfast of multigrain baguette and regular baguette with cheese, ham, fruit, pastries and home made jam. Excellant coffee and fresh OJ. The breakfast room is the old kitchen with a huge hearth and large common table where we met 2 nice ladies from Belgium who are returning from Southern France. Drove to Lyon and parked in the car park Antoine on the Quay St Antoine. It's a beautiful city and we went first to the tourist info, then to ...
... we head into the more modern part of the city, and visit the Lumière museum, dedicated to the Lyonnaise brothers who practically founded the moving picture industry. There is a class of English-speaking students going through at the same time, so we trail them around and eavesdrop on their guide's commentary. When we emerge rain has set in for the day, so we duck back down into the métro and head for Hotel de Ville (roughly, the Town Hall), to see the spectacular ...
... whilst Julie indulges in a bit of rabbit (lapin), both very good. Julie has a C******nay from Mersault and I, a Cabernet/Merlot from St Emilion. Exploring various streets on the way home we find a small Epicerie where we purchase some Pamplemousse topped with prawns and enjoy a cheeky red with dinner. One problem I ha Be found with the French clothes washing detergent is that it shrinks your clothes incredibly so now I do not need to wear a belt at ...