Hotel Carlton Lyon
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... option for dinner was a pizza. Finally we reached the hotel at around 9pm and managed to connect to fast wifi - so we all updated our various social media pages and accepted all our friend requests! We decided to have a chilled night in, as we have to wake up at 7.30 tomorrow! So after finishing off some Macaroons and throwing some up to Jack & Josh who were staying in the room above us, we all found to be a bit of a hilarious challenge, we were off to ...
... visibly excited and they started to talk in French to each other. My French translation is I think this might be the first time they've seen a close up of that statue. I just can't believe that's the case but I asked if they had e-mail and I would send them photos. I have been formally invited to stay with Martine the next time I visit Lyon. Cool! I spent the rest of the afternoon meandering down the hill stopping at the Cathedral St. Jean which is the home base ...
... always look put-together and have really cool clothes. Now we just have to teach them to shower. They take long breaks for their meals, and all restaurants close between 2pm-7pm. Then tend to eat dinner between 8-10pm, which is crazy to me. By that time I'm both starving and tired. Not a good combo. The nightlife here doesn't even start til 1am and the bars and clubs don't close until 5am. Oh, and the rumor that Americans are fat compared to French people... Yeah, ...
... small town of Tournon, we didn't go on the visit to the Chateau for wine tasting & tour of the Tournons Castle with Col & Dad, there are parts of the castle & wall remaining around the town & surrounding hillside, must have been huge in its day. I just needed to stop for a while & Bron just wanted to do something & not have the tour guide talking in her ear. We then had BBQ lunch up on the top deck & set sail for Viviers after that. I have been sitting ...
... taking our time to take it all in. Their were artist their who displayed original work to be sold, fresh fruits all around, and people everywhere it was gorgeous. We bought some fruit, (surprise surprise we have decided this is the theme food for the trip) cherries and peaches, which only cost us four euros for six peaches, and a bag full of cherries, and headed up the mountain to hike to the church. We hiked up hills and at a good stoping point we ...