Mercure Lyon L'Isle d'Abeau
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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Woke up to a bfast of croissants and breads which we hardly ate but could not believe ! The parents helped us to plan our day and we set off to find a wine tasting. We were lucky to find one at midday which let us come in and try some Lovely wines We only bought two ...
Left Bourges to head to Lyon but not without a few stops along the way! Moulins for another surprise French meal and beer and then Cluny for more ancient Abbeys and towns. So much history that we don't have at home sadly. Made our way to our new home in Lyon! With the Dayot famille! Kim and her parents Laurent ...
... us all in the lobby we headed to the bus. Getting on the bus i picked my usually spot in the midldle of the bus on the right side next to the window. It was cool to drive around in the bus in the morning before the sun came out. Stores were closed, but French people were hussling the streets as the went to their work destination. When we got to the trainstation, the bus parked infront and we got off. The station had numerous of people walking in and out of the ...
... and a gooey soft cheese, all locally sourced. A Geneva red and super Calvados.
Daniel is doing his life's work running this telescope (the story of how he got the job is a story of fate). His cosy house, really close to the telescope, fell into his lap. All of his considerable range of skills and knowledge, from English to astronomy to physics, to sophisticated engineering are being used. He is enthusiastic, focused ...
... out over the edge of the hill at the city of Lyon. Another great panoramic! France always surprises me no matter where I go, even though I've now been here for a month. The buildings and houses were so cool from that angle, and we could tell that we were in a European city just from the way everything was arranged--in basically no specific order at all. The French really do know how to make everything look pretty.
After going back down to the city, we ate lunch in ...