Residence Sejours et Affaires Lyon Park Avenue
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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!
... visit it. As expected, it was very simple inside, but had several beautiful windows. As we were leaving, an older local man approached us, asking (in French) if we had seen the crypts. Of course we had not. He brought us back into the chapel and lead us down a small stairway under the altar. There, we found a remarkable crypt. As best as I can decipher from the descriptive sheet I picked up in the chapel, the crypt dates from the ...
... Monday: This is a holiday in France and I’m glad because I was still quite sick, but the problem with that is that in Lyon, a town that basically has a pharmacy every 2 blocks only had one open all day so I had to make the trek into town to get some cough medicine.
The rest of the week was okay, I started feeling better and finished prepping for my spring break trip. I think I’ll try to make blog posts for each of the cities I visit! Stay ...
We set off extremely hungover to head to Lyon, and everybody slept for about three hours on the coach. After a service stop, we started playing bus games and singing along to the music very loudly.
When we got to Lyon, we set up our tents and chilled out before dinner. After dinner, ...
... for the evening. The tour of the traboules was excellent - apart from us losing Ian. He bent down to tie his shoe, looked up and the rest of us were gone. The tour guide had a red umbrella, so Ian headed to the red umbrella, only to find a tour in French. There were red umbrellas all over the place (with ONLYLYON on them - the name of the tourist information office) but none were the right one. He headed back to where we started the tour, Ed and I continued with the tour - ...