Campanile Lyon Ouest Tassin
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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!
Today we said goodbye to Arles with a quick walk through the large Saturday market on our way to the train station. We loved Arles for its small size as everything was within walking distance. In the evenings as Lance or I took turns putting Thomas to bed, the other went for an evening walk to explore or pick up some more groceries. I love trying out my grade 11 French skills and had much success! Turns out I can get a lot accomplished in ...
... I was still thinking this is cool a pair of brown bears in a park. Then I rounded the corner and there were more enclosures and I was soon to discover it was a full zoo of animals, (zebras giraffes, red pandas, tigers, lions, monkeys of all shapes and sizes, meerkats, and African porcupines and flamingos) free for all to enjoy in the park. It was very cool, the animals seemed well looked after and in good condition. Before I could take a ...
... centrally located in an area very close to the Rhone River, which is a major feature in the city of Lyon (France's second largest city). The hotel maintained it's older style charm, but you could tell from the fixtures, and furniture that it was very new. The elevator, although new, was designed an old fashioned gated elevator with the see through metal doors. We had two connecting rooms which were very large and comfortable. The kids were happy, because unlike Paris where they ...
... Later I realised that by gastronomic the French mean business when they serve pate, tripe and other mixtures of gizzards. Once arriving at the one and only hostel in the old part of town, I awaited my sick friend, Karlo (a fellow aussie from the town of RAdelaide, whom I met in Paris). I perched myself in the courtyard and watched the sleepy town continue its siesta and tried to learn about its silk-weaving history. Thanks to my ...