Villages Hotel Lyon Gambetta
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Today I was able to sleep in alittle and thank God! When I woke up I went down stair to grab something to eat and I decide to go walk around Lyon for a little bit. I decided to go to some beauty supply store because I needed to get some cream for my hair. When I walked in the man working at the store could not understand what I was looking for. He thought I was asking for shampoo or conidtioner, but i was asking for leave in conditioner. He finally was able to ...
7:00AM- 10:00AM: Breakfast in the hotel breakfast room on the ground floor, near the reception desk 7:25AM: Meet in hotel lobby ready to depart</7:30AM: Full day private coach for excursion to Burgundy (approximately 2.5 hours) 10:00AM: Visit of the Moutarderie Fallot in Beaune 11:30AM-1:45PM: Lunch at Le Belena 2:00PM: Visit to the Hospices de Beaune 3:30PM: Visit to the Winery Les Caves Patriarches 4:30PM: After excursion, return transfer to hotel ...
... we could possibly return for lunch. Wandered to the 1st stop of the LOpen Tour & purchased a ticket for 19 EUR each. There were 11 stops so decided to do the whole trip to see where we would like to get off & look around. It was a bit breezy & rather cool on the top open section but persevered! Returned to stop 1 & then had a look around at the various cafes & restaurants. Ended ...
... a bruise about the size of my palm on my thigh. I am the only person
I know to get a bruise like that before they even begin their ski lessons!
The day turned out to be pretty great though, even though I
felt like I’d gotten out on the wrong side of the bed. Denis’ brother and his
family were there. We hung out with them for the morning, and they let me dig
through all of their ski gear to borrow it for the week. It was such a ...
... ok, yes, good' on our part. We then crossed the street into an area of old cobblestone streets that were crowded with people, and after a few blocks we arrived at our apartment building. Jean Luc took us upstairs to our home for the next 2 days and gave us another 30 minutes of instruction - where to eat, how to work the TV and door locks - some of which we got. He also scheduled a taxi to pick us up and take us to dinner. He ...