Novotel Lyon Gerland
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Clean, well run, rooms were "Paris" small but comfortable
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The city of Lyon lies at the confluence of the Rhone and Saone rivers. It was established by the Romans around 43 B.C. and has served as a trading and manufacturing centre, particularly in the silk industry, over the centuries. Today, as the two rivers converge they form a long, thin, pencil-shaped land mass connected on both sides by …
... during wet weather, then later by the French resistance. Lyon has about 100 murals, many of which are amazing tromp d'oeil. The commercial area of Lyon is on a peninsula between the Rhone and Saone rivers. Wide boulevards of the usual chain stores and some nice fountains. That night after our French dinner - French red mullet appetiser, NOT a highlight, we were entertained by a very Edith Piaf sounding singer who was good value. 8th August- set off by ...
Leaving on a Sunday has lots going for it. We had a somewhat efficient close off of work commitments followed by tidy up of everything at home necessary for a few weeks away and then a leisurely pack. There was enough time to remember things forgotten first time around; like travel adapters, iPhone car charger etc. I think we must be getting old as the long flights really took their toll on both of us. Sydney to Singapore was only 7ish hours ...
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Après avoir quitté les états-unis, direction la France pour un premier contact avec l'industrie biomédical pendant 2 mois. Le rythme étudiant et celui professionelle étant deux monde complétement différent, j'ai pu profiter de Lyon pleinement entre soirée aux bords du Rhône et week-end à déambuler ici et ...
On Thursday night I went walking with my friend Luis through Lyon to check out the Fête du Lumiére stuff. I saw the ones at Place de Terreaux and it was pretty impressive. Apparently it's meant to be the third largest festival in the whole world, after Oktoberfest and this other festival in Brazil. I had no idea. And the local government seems to put a lot of money and effort into it, I suppose it's a pretty big deal. It was nice to go with Luis too, he's ...