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DAY 3 LYONS AND IT’S LATE
The update was late as well as it being a late night celebrating with the Northern Ireland fans! The train journey from Marseilles to Lyon was pretty straight forward and we arrived to find our accommodation was a studio flat which was fully accessible. It’s a new stadium in Lyons some distance from the town centre however a direct tram service which is fully accessible runs to the stadium. This time wheelchair users could see if people in front stood up and there were PA seats next to all the spaces.Only problem was the barrier was a little too high for Allan to see properly.
It was a great night for Northern Ireland and we joined their fans for the second half where we met good friends Aubrey Bingham and his wife Kerry.
After the game all disabled fans were well looked after by the stewards and were given priority boarding onto the trams back to the city centre