ResidHotel Lyon Lamartine
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... Lyon France, was a good experience and I was able to learn a great amount. For the most part all of the restaurants gave the same bread as an appetizer and or starter. The food was good and had a similar taste throughout all the places. Personally I felt difficulties in language barriers in Lyon. This created some obstacles for nightlife, leisure time, ordering food and continuing everyday life. Experiencing the French Culture taught me a lot for example the ...
... This part of Lyon was different then the part we were staying at. The arcutechure did not seem as old as it was by our hotel. This part of the city was way more hustle and bustle then the other side. When we got to CEFAM I was surprise to see how small the office was. I thought it would be way bigger. The area CEFAM was in was a very busy area, and the building had alot of different things going on. Being in that kind of enviroment of a busy area made me envision my ...
... and him and one of the tour guides tried to help him find a store that sold pants. I did not like that we had to wait as a group, when I could have been adventuring around the train station, but I guess it is best so I do not get loss. I finally was told that we were waitng for our bus. We then were able to go on the bus. So we adventured outside and got on the bus. Marseille was a really pretty city that had alot of old culture that could be seen in the arcutechture. ...
... 470 km trip from Paris took just under 2 hours. A nice way to see the countryside. Lyon is a city of around 450 000 people. It is an ancient city with connections back to the Romans who passed through it on their conquering way north. Lyon is risch in history and culture and is considered to be the gastronomical centre of France. In the afternoon, we went on a walk towards the old part of Lyon which is now recognised as world ...
... Lyon to explore France’s second largest city. Did you get that,... France’s second largest city,.. after Paris. ...