Premiere Classe Lyon Nord Genay-Massieux

Address: 129 Avenue Lavoisier Parc D'Activites De Massieux, Massieux, Rhône-Alpes, 01600, France | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 129 Avenue Lavoisier Parc D'Activites De Massieux, Massieux, is near The Rhone.
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      Travel Blogs from Massieux

      Let's get a little adventurous!

      A travel blog entry by missliz on Feb 06, 2015

      ... headed back to the hotel and enjoyed a good nights rest. It was the best we have had all tour and we could have just stayed there a little longer. We are now on our way to Paris and it is our last drive together as a group. We only have two nights left and reality is starting to kick in and Contiki/travel depression is starting to kick in. As much as we miss everyone at home and we just want to play and cuddle with molly we are safe our trip is almost ...

      First Weeks of Class

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

      11 photos

      ... receive and light blessed candles, and then a procession around the church while singing some Marian songs (in French I believe). The candles were kept lit most of the mass, and I'm still not completely sure of the significance of the candles. Second, the 10:30 mass at St George is the high mass, and by high mass I mean the Latin mass. I really enjoyed this because I felt like I got more out of the mass. I know the responses to the Latin Prayers (and ...

      Overnight at Perouges

      A travel blog entry by aussieitchyfeet on Aug 22, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... of Lyon) turned out to be a delightful old walled town tracing its history to the 13th century. There are cobblestone streets with stone and half-timbered houses, a lovely picturesque and historic town.

      We strolled around in the afternoon sunshine, sampling the local pastry specialty (called Galettes - They were selling like hot-cakes!). The fortified church that formed part of the city wall was especially interesting - it has very narrow stained ...

      Paris/Lyon - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by krackercpg on Sep 10, 2013

      20 photos

      We awoke early (5:30) to begin our day trip to see Courtney's fried Cecile in Lyon, France's second largest city. Rather than our traditional oatmeal breakfast, we elected to go with a baguette and speculoos, which is a delicious peanut butter substitute which essentially tastes like blended graham crackers. We tip our hat to Courtney's cousin Kyle for the suggestion. We had no idea how the train to Lyon would work so we hustled to the train station ...

      One More Forgetttable Meal in Lyon

      A travel blog entry by dadonatrain on Jun 21, 2013

      ... Then they reopen around happy hour but just for drinks! If you want an evening meal, you need to wait till at least 7 pm. Not quite Spanish mealtime, but when trying to fit in the evening meal during a train change between 4 and 6 pm it was awkward.

      So I made do, and eventually got back to my hotel in Nimes, having had another eminently forgettable meal in Lyon. I'm sure there are good places to eat in Lyon. I just didn't find any.
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