Ibis Lyon Est Beynost A42
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Lyon Est Beynost A42
Travel Blogs from Lyon
... through Airbnb again. As is becoming my usually I've put together a video of Lyon, which includes: - Old town streets - Théâtres Gallo-romains (amphitheatre) - Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière (best view in Lyon) - Hidden passages in the old town - Wait for the last picture - something is a little different with the windows, can you see ...
... care to enforce it with a death stare and some words in french, but it bugs us when we follow the 'rules' only to get a string of 6 people together walking side by side so we have to squeeZe by the lucky last on the end, that depending on the person, we may accidentally misjudge the space and 'brush' their shoulder. Cities are weird and I am over them. I do not want to live in a city. There's more to life than eating, drinking, entertainment and traffic in city ...
... small villages but there is not a whole lot to get excited over. The towns looks deserted and almost in ruins. If you didn't see new cars there you would think that this is a ghost town.
We have been driving through some of the wine region of France. Not as impressive as the Rhine region in Germany but maybe it will get better.
We stop in a small town to try and find some lunch. ...
... tricks up his sleeve. Caleb and I had fun scoring some goals. All of the locals we spoke with mentioned a specific Gelato/Sorbet place to go - so we had to try. Caleb's marshmallow was their weirdest flavor picked. It was fine but nothing crazy good. We settled down on some grass near the main public square and I did some yoga while Caleb and Christine relaxed. We went over to the basilica on the ...
... for the evening. The tour of the traboules was excellent - apart from us losing Ian. He bent down to tie his shoe, looked up and the rest of us were gone. The tour guide had a red umbrella, so Ian headed to the red umbrella, only to find a tour in French. There were red umbrellas all over the place (with ONLYLYON on them - the name of the tourist information office) but none were the right one. He headed back to where we started the tour, Ed and I continued with the tour - ...