Mercure Lyon Centre Beaux Arts
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... weather. When we got to BD it was at the bbottom of a beautiful mountain and next to a lake. We pulled up the the get of BD and got off.
For BD we all had to show our passports in order to get in. We were given a id badge in exchange for our passports. We were able to use the id badge to get through the gates of DB. Once we were in the property of DB it was so cool to see all the professionals walk around as they went about their day. When we got inside I ...
... in France. I have yet to have a croissant... Maybe I will tomorrow morning. When we arrived at BD, we were brought to a conference room where we were given a presentation about their supply chain. It was fascinating for me because many parts of their supply chain are so similar to Estée Lauder, where I worked all of 2014. Those companies provide completely different products (makeup vs syringes) but their processes are alike. We got a tour of their plant where ...
... After a while a gentleman shows up (who I think is Michael) and comes to greet us. He also speaks no English. Guenther does his best and at least gets the Wi-Fi turned on for us. After this I can use the translator to ask about breakfast, getting us some milk, paying for the place, etc. It really is a nice place and it is too bad that we don't have any French. After a peaceful nights sleep we are off to ...
... at least I can continue to meet other travellers.
I walked around the city of Lyon for a few hours and realised it’s a really nice city. There are some beautiful buildings in the city, including the cathedral up on the hill. I took the funicular up to the roman amphitheatre which was not all that impressive. I’m sure it would be if it wasn’t covered in new scaffolding and stages. There’s ...
This was our only full day in Lyon, but we had no specific plans. We went out and moseyed around the neighborhood, which clearly catered to the tourists, with lots of shops selling chachkies, restaurants with menus with English subtitles, a Subway sandwich shoppe, etc. Nonetheless, it had an old world charm to it.
The streets were not quite as packed as they were on ...