Mercure Lyon Lumiere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was so clean and new looking. When we went into the meeting room the had snacks for us. I felt like I was going to a real business meeitng.
During the presentation I found it awesome to understand the global supply chain words the presentor used.
Whent the presentation was over we were able to take a tour of the cite. We first had to get suited up because no germs can get on the medical devices. We put on robes, hair nets, glasses, and ear plugs. I felt like ...
... their syringes. We had to wear ear plugs, safety glasses, and protective coats along with hair nets to maintain a sterile environment. A lot of flame in incorporated in their production process to heat the glass capsules in order to form/cut them. There were also some very high-tech robots used which was pretty cool to see. We saw the whole process, from the cutting of long glass tubes, insertion and sharpening of the needle, sterilization, and packaging. Overall, the site ...
Lyon for us was a short stay, only three days, but it was a perfect break between Farm #1 and Farm #2. We did not do much sightseeing, as we were so close to the Rhone (river) that it tended to be our go-to spot. The metro system in Lyon is very updated and comfortable, and there are a few nice schools in Lyon, which ...
... of music show or festival going on there pretty soon so it hardly looks like a roman amphitheatre.
I walked up the street to check out the Basilica Notre Dame of Fourviere. It is a pretty impressive church from the outside, but it is really impressive from the inside. It reminded me a bit of the cathedral in St. Petersburg, just because of all the mosaics inside. It really must be an incredible amount of ...
... were still pretty busy as the lunch hour approached.
We both wanted a sandwich for lunch but quickly realized that sit down restaurants and cafes here don't do sandwiches. We opted for crepes since we had been in France for two weeks and had yet to have one. Good choice, they were delicious and we enjoyed a glass of rose along side.