Premiere Classe Saint Etienne Nord - Villars
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... 8217;t have the icky gold all over it (pic 12).
The final place I went was the Cathedral Saint Jean Baptiste. This cathedral was more my style. Half of it was under renovation so I didn’t get to see it like it should be seen but I did get to view the nice little treasury they had. There was a really beautiful item that made me think of Nikki and her love of rocks (pic 13). I was a little worried the picture wouldn’t turn out but the colors popped more than I ...
... stewed, an acquired taste. After the main, a cheese course is served, usually an oozing st marcellin and 'brains of the silk weaver', which comprises of fromage blanc mixed with chives and garlic. Finally dessert, which again is an all you can eat communal servings of crime caramel and stewed fruits. As you can see its a huge amount of food, so other than the occasional visit to the amazing patisseries, that became my daily meal. Lyon ...
Tired today so went back to bed and didn't get up until 11am. Trace was up and at em early so I made my way, via the metro into the main centre of Lyon and met up with Trace. There is a very large square, with a man on a horse in the middle of it at the centre of Lyon. Check out the video :) From there we headed up to the old town and heard the voice of an angel, busking outside a church on the steps. He was amazing and ...
This weekend, CUEF took us to the centre-ville of Lyon, and it was such a great experience! I've actually technically been to Lyon twice for traveling to and back from Paris, but I've never gotten to see the city before! It's a really beautiful place to be and I would 100% recommend going there just to check out the city life.
We arrived in this really large plaza area that looked like a large, empty park. There was this red gravel on the ground, and the park must have ...
... discover these hidden pathways through the city, which you would not even know existed if you didn’t know where to look!
On the way we found the place des Terreaux which had an awesome fountain which was sculpted in the 19th Century by Fredric-Auguste Baratholdi who created the statue of Liberty!
We really enjoyed our time in Lyon and would definitely head back again.
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Ella & ...