Les Hauts de Chenas
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... headed back to the hotel and enjoyed a good nights rest. It was the best we have had all tour and we could have just stayed there a little longer. We are now on our way to Paris and it is our last drive together as a group. We only have two nights left and reality is starting to kick in and Contiki/travel depression is starting to kick in. As much as we miss everyone at home and we just want to play and cuddle with molly we are safe our trip is almost ...
... the ages.The current building is from the 1800s and its quite cold inside.After mass I found a little market nearby and relaxed for the rest of the day
Nicole and I went shopping for food/new shoes for her. While we were there I found these really cute shoes and if they happen to be there when I walk by again, I'll probably end up buying them :P
Today we had to get enrolled in the university and ...
... travel is a wonderful way to grasp the development of civilizations. Lugdunum (Lyons) dates back to A.D. 43 and quickly became the central metropolis of Roman Gaul. Many scholars claim the best preserved ancient Roman buildings are not in Italy, but in France. As luck would have it, the museum does not charge admission on Thursdays! The collection of artifacts was vast; intricately carved ...
... for over 50 years, which is crazy. But churches from across Europe will bring their whole youth group to Taize for a week and it's a retreat - a bonding experience, an experience of people outside of your small world, a different experience of prayer. But more than that, I'd say a good 1/3 of the people who come to Taize have absolutely no religious beliefs at all, but they are interested or open to understanding what this thing called ...
... explored the old Lyon area, which again included cobblestone roads and tiny shops built into the first floor of old buildings. There were many beautiful churches and bridges, along with small book shops and creperies! After seeing as much as we could, and reluctantly not tripping through the cobblestone street, we headed back to the hostel and are having a low key night before heading down to the coast tomorrow! Marseilles bound tomorrow along with many bottles of sunscreen! À demain! ...