Novotel Lyon La Part Dieu
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
Most mornings, many of us made our lunch from the breakfast spread at each hotel. Breakfast at all the hotels was a selection of eggs, toast, cereals, fresh fruit, meats, cheeses, and the freshest baguettes imaginable. We would slice a large section of bread, stuff it with cheeses and meats, wrap it in a paper napkin and feast later, either on the road, or at a café with a bottle of sparkling water. About the bread, it was ...
... who needs site seeing right?!
We arrived at the pub, a tiny little place in a side alley in some random street in Lyon, metal is blaring and drinks are about to start flowing, this place is amazing!
We started downing pints haaaaard! We had like 3 in our first hour there and that's when we were offered free shot, a jd shot and a jäger shot, things were getting wild.
... Villfreanche-sur-Saone & St Germain-au-Mont-d'Or. Alighted the train, had something to eat & then found a taxi to the Citadines Lyon Presqu'ile. On arrival, we were advised that the accommodation was under renovations so it was a bit messy. We were given room 516 which had not been cleaned so after going back down in 1 of 2 lifts that were rather slow & dirty from the workmen & full of dirty linen from housekeeping, we were ...
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For dinner that evening we gathered at La Voute restaurant for a passable meal of veal. Our table companions were three ladies from eastern Australia who had left their husbands behind as they went off for a couple of weeks at a villa in Tuscany, followed by this tour of ...