Premiere Classe Isle d'Abeau

Address: Rn 6 - Zone Hoteliere Quartier Du Lombard, Isle-d'Abeau, Rhône-Alpes, 38080, France | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Rn 6 - Zone Hoteliere Quartier Du Lombard, Isle-d'Abeau.
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      Let's get a little adventurous!

      A travel blog entry by missliz on Feb 06, 2015

      ... did not get to Lyon until 6.30 when it was incredibly dark but it did start snowing. We had a quick freshen up at the restaurant before we made our way into town to get dinner and try some fine French cuisine! We kind of had our own freedom to go wherever we wanted for dinner and we found a nice restaurant with an English menu and were quite happy to settle there. The food was some of the best I have had. I had pork pate for entree, beef with red wine ...

      First Weeks of Class

      A travel blog entry by jessica.russell on Feb 06, 2015

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      ... Ellie, Corrine, and I had dinner with a really sweet older French couple. We had wine, saussison (sausage), and chips for appetizers before eating this delicious casserole that had vegetables, meat, and creamy cheesy goodness. After dinner there was a cheese board and a pineapple dessert thing-wasn't my favorite- and I had some herb tea (which wasn't bad). My favorite part of the evening though may have been when I made friends with the cat. I've ...


      A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs on Jul 08, 2014

      20 photos

      ... outstanding views of the city. A woman in a tour group outside the Basilica muttered "I think Paris is better", but I suspect her croissant intolerance was acting up, as we've been having a ball in Lyon. Next to the Basilica is a large Roman amphitheatre that we explored on the way down the hill. While there is an adjacent museum, after all the Roman learning of Arles we opted to just wander the ...

      Sad to leave the Tarn

      A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Sep 15, 2013

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      ... the railway line that is exactly the same as the Stationhouse in Launceston at Racecourse Crescent. We are driving along the route of Lot et Truyere, another of the 7 gorges in this huge national park. Mende is on the outer edge and so from here we leave the gorges. Mende is a mix of old and modern and most places here have a name that somehow connects it with Le Tour and cycling. Le Puy de Valay is our next stop and was a leg of the Tour de France 2 years ago that lead ...

      Day 8

      A travel blog entry by merlin1000 on Jul 13, 2013

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      ... The smell of urine helped too!! We eventually arrived at our hosts huge apartment over looking the route of the Tour. Seriously it is massive!! They had laid on a gorgeous spread of saussisson, local fromage, beers (hardly touched due to the night before) and what a fantastic place to watch the cyclists zoom past! As conversation fizzed around the many balconies excitement grew as the procession was ...