Le Phenix Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... northern section of the city - a lake with ducks, geese and guinea fowls abound.
I loved the local market at the top of the second hill in Lyon - where rockmelons are as orange as the brightest orange I am tempted to wear and the ripe flavours permeate the air around them.
walks though the narrow Renaissance streets and the hidden tunnels that allow you to walk unseen from one street though to the next. hidden courtyards, ancient balconies, winding ...
Such a lovely morning that we delay setting off and have a potter around Besancon. It is a really charming town and we will definitely come back again. We do discuss idea of staying for a week now but in the end decide to continue south to be sure of hotter weather. South to Lyon, another Mercure chain ...
... toll roads on the way, and came across some gorgeous French countryside - mostly very green, big white cows and quaint little houses. Some photos may yet appear, but it was hard to take any good ones while traveling at speed.
I've taken this opportunity instead to start this World Cup football entry. As all of Europe appears to ...
... for Christmas. I miss my family so much! It makes me never want to be away from them for another Christmas ever again. So I'm counting down the days now. Then I don't work from 24 December until 6 January! And I get to see Sujata in Geneva also, so that will be exciting too, I so needed something to look forward to :) Merry Christmas everyone :). Ps. It's the winter solstice in France today! I like to think that means we're half-way through winter and things will only get nicer now :) fingers ...
... that before long there would be some tanks driving down the village lane. We then headed over to the old part of town and went up the funicular to the basilica - Saint Jeans. The previous night it had been lit up as part of the festival. The queue for the funicular was long and pushy, but the wait was worth it - it was interesting seeing how big Lyon is, and what a small area we had visited. We walked down and found ourselves in the middle of ...