Hotel Le Roosevelt
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was a day filled with lots of traveling to reach Lyon. The first stop was at La Fontainebleau, where a stunning chateau of Napolean was the site of the day. After a delicious cuppachino at a French bistro, the journey continued. After another 2 hours journey we reach Chateau De Cruix in the Boujelais Wine Region. The scenic hills of the vineyards surrounded us as we were given the opportunity to taste some of the award winning wine along with some ...
Yesterday was late, so today we got to sleep in. The time to meet in the lobby for the bus was 11:15, so me and some friends went shopping. We started heading back at 11, so we had plenty of time. Which we used to get thoroughly lost. After stumbling around Old Lyon for 10 minutes, we finally found someone who could give us directions back to the hotel. I ran back to scout the route, but lost my friends in the process. Looking ...
... much had the place to ourselves! (And I got in for free because I was a student!)
We had to hurry back to the boat to hop on some bikes for our 1 hour bike tour! We rode to a big park (largest urban park in France!) where we were surprised by a ZOO! Right in the middle of the park! Giraffes, zebras, flamingos... Very cool!! Also some rose gardens, a lake, and ...
... apartments! Each floor has a galley...so you can walk to your apartment in any one of the 2-4 adjacent buildings.
In the afternoon, we went to Perouges, a Middle Ages village...voted, by the French, as the 4th prettiest village in France. Very picturesque....not as good as the Cluny tour yesterday but still worth seeing.
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... s black or different shades of dark colors, but mostly just black. I'm wearing completely normal clothes for the US and I already stick out a lot. The other culture shock is that no one smiles and says hi when they walk by. I've heard this so many times before coming here, but I had no idea what a huge difference it is. Literally every time I walk past someone I have to make a conscious effort to go against our habit of smiling and saying hi. ...