Mercure Lyon Lumiere
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... that before I left Kenora, my
sister-in-law said, “oh, if you’re ever in Lyon you should try to see my friend
Elodie.” And I thought, ya, for sure why not! I’m all about connections, but at
that point I really had no idea where Lyon was, if I would ever visit this city
and what I would even be able to see there.
When we were planning this trip, and Dana had brought Lyon
up, as a city we should go see I said sure why not, ...
... going up the funicular to the Notra Dame de Fourviere. Had to walk down the hill as the furnicular wasn’t working at the time.
Walked to the Place du Terreaux and took the Metro and tram to the Centre d’Histoire de la Resistance et de la Deportation which was interesting yet rather depressing all ...
... big five on our around the world adventure. Lyon really is a beautiful city with amazing architecture and cobbled lanes. The city has embraced open spaces and squares. If ever you are going to live overseas to work for a period this could be the city as it ticks all the boxes. In summer everyone seems fit and active on bikes, running or rowing on the river. Come winter you are right next to endless snow skiing opportunities and also a ...
... to be fair, in true French style, after I'd settled and got comfortable, Jeremy asked me how much I was going to pay per night to stay there. Omg!?! If Sophie had been there, we both would have shared a 'WTF' moment. He suggested €20 per night. Although he could see my shock and asked me if I thought it was too expensive. And honestly, what I was thinking was - 'Quoi?!? J'ai pensé que ça serais gratuitement pour moi à rester ici?!?'. Anyway, we agreed on €15 ...
... I don't want to hear his excuses or explanations. That's not love. When you love someone it's not about you anymore, it's all about them. But this begging, this was about him. It really felt pathetic. Anyway, he went off to have a smoke and I went off and went to bed. When I woke up on Tuesday morning the lady at reception, Hira, said that he'd called that morning to see how I was going. Gosh! I just shake my head at him. If he wanted me to stay he never would have treated ...