QUALYS-HOTEL Lyon Nord
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stay awake for as long as possible and I did! I was able to see us travel from the city to the country side. I found it so interesting to see so much graffetti on the walls of France. I finally feel asleep on the bus.
When I woke up I was surrounded by beautiful mountains and we were in the valley of it. It was beautiful out and I was able to get away with not wearing my jacket. I was wearing a dress and a kamono and I was excited to wear such spring fashion ...
... The chicken I ate was amazing. It had great flavor. The chocolate cake I ate was amazing too. The first served us this orange colored drink that taste almost peachy mango-y. I thought it was really good. While I was at the resturant I was able to get WIFI and talk to my dad and big (from my sorority) over the internet. I was to keep in touch with the ones I love in America because I was feeling lonely in France.
The waitor and waitress at the resturant had ...
... it was work, and it's what I wanted. Anyway, after a week and a half of this gruelling regime, Alex and Carol, the managers, just said, 'ok, we'll let you know in a few days'. And a few days turned into a few more days and a few weeks. I'd given up hope in that place. I didn't even know if they would actually pay me. They'd really told me nothing and I was trying to keep my cool, but it was really annoying. Anyways, I moved on. I got another trial at another bar and ...
... support. He thoroughly explained many of the dynamics at play in these buildings including the funding, social supports, cultural dynamics and challenges they face in management – he was very helpful!
Unfortunately, my next few stops were not as successful as my first, but the attempt to find them gave me a chance to see many parts of the city. Like Rennes, Lyon had a much more accessible public transportation system with lifts ...
... and spent the morning searching for famed went in search of the elusive Traboules of Lyon.
The Traboules hidden passageways through buildings which lead from the top of the hill in Lyon to the river. The Traboules were originally used by silk workers to transport goods in bad weather. They were later used to avoid Nazis during World War 2.
We had a French map and directions and set off. It was kind of like a treasure ...