Hotel Chalets de la Meije
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pastries are the way to my heart. I did notice that in this situation there was a high level of hierarchy. The presenter and his assistant were not as friendly as in FexEx. There was a clear distinction about everyone's role. After an interesting and informative presentation it was finally time for the tour, woohoo! Unfortunately my shoes didn't cover ALL of my foot, but luckily BD is a very prepared company. They had shoes for us! My shoes were ...
... each step of the process, where the glass tubes were molded all the way to the finished product.
After leaving BD, we met up with some CEFAM students at a bar near their school. There was wine and some flat bread pizzas served. I met a couple of CEFAM students who knew some of the students that were currently studying at Rider. It was cool to meet some of ...
... and it was an amazing experience to see something that most tourists do not get the chance to see. The bus brought us to CEFAM, where we were able to interact with college students studying in Lyon. I asked them a lot of questions about the student life in France, and they were also curious about our lives back in the United States. To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, they took us to Old City.
This is the one day we got to sleep in and had a drive to Grenoble, France where we would visit Becton Dickinson and get a presentation and tour of their one facility here. No phones or cameras were allowed so I couldn't get any pictures. None the less the visit was still very memorable as to where we were literally up close to ...
Today was completely unexpected in regards to adventure. With the free-time that we had been given, Mike, James, Vivian and I explored the city of Lyon and went shopping. We all decided to meet up before 11 am in order to leave enough time to get back to the hotel to catch the bus. Little did we know that we would eventually become lost in the city for over 35 minutes. The four of us were running through the city ...