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... during wet weather, then later by the French resistance. Lyon has about 100 murals, many of which are amazing tromp d'oeil. The commercial area of Lyon is on a peninsula between the Rhone and Saone rivers. Wide boulevards of the usual chain stores and some nice fountains. That night after our French dinner - French red mullet appetiser, NOT a highlight, we were entertained by a very Edith Piaf sounding singer who was good value. 8th August- set off by ...
... in the early 17th century and then renovated from 1980 after lying neglected for many years. It was Baroque in its interiors and sat on water with beautiful gardens and a maze. Really worth seeing. Back on the ship there was a cheese and sausage tasting to struggle through. That night I collapsed, exhausted. It's hard work being a ...
... each country has a very distinct way of living. Their own language, and culture, and traditions etc. It's not that black and white but there are many more significant differences than in the US where the whole country is largely the same (in that everyone does things differently). So it was really great to see all the peoples from the different places meeting up and sharing their experiences and finding that they could pray in common.
And it was ...
... my feelings of betrayal lessened, and I was able to forgive a little. But my time in Taize did also show my that forgiveness indeed does not equal forgetting. You can forgive someone for hurting you, but that doesn't mean you need to put yourself right back in the position to be hurt again. The paths of love are reopened, but the relationship does change. And that's okay too.
Ah, I spent so long during my time as a volunteer feeling like a failure because I ...
11/05/2013-13/05/2013 - Lyon
We visted the city of Lyon on the recommendation of two French Couchsurfers we hosted at the end of last year. While in Lyon we were lucky enough to have our own Couchsurfing experience staying a night with a guy named Yann.
Lyon is quite a large city and it was definitely the most hectic in terms of traffic that we had encountered so far on the trip. Parking was also an issue as there are ...
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