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Yesterday (Thursday) was filled with driving and we are all so sick of the bus. I am not feeling well again so I pretty much slept all day and Jordan just sat and listened to his music. We did a quick lunch stop in at Avignon which translates to the 'windy city' and boy did it live up to its name today for us!! The wind was so strong that it felt like it was picking us up. It is however such a pretty town! The city walls kind of shuts it out from the rest ...
So first let me start off saying that I'm getting worse and worse at writing these consistently because I have class now (and that takes a lot of my time) but here are the past 2 weeks in a nutshell
I went to the Catholic Church really close to my dorm for 9AM mass. Either this church doesn't have many people or 9AM is too early because it wasn't very crowded. The church is very old and has a history of being torn down and ...
... how they figured out approximately what her arms/hands were doing, but the Mona Lisa never did it for me! Just not that impressed?)
Following the Louvre, Tauck made our way to the train station where we took a high speed train to Lyon. Boy were we flying! We traveled a couple hundred miles in just about 2 hours... first class of course (come on, this is Tauck! duh!) When we got ...
... after a church is the reason for death by being crushed to death... That would probably make me doubt it a bit! Now they built more foundation into the ground so hopefully I won't be the next victim. A little jaunt down from the basilica is a roman amphitheater still intact!! They actually have a bunch of concerts put on there in the summer! It's amazing because anything remotely "old" in the states is totally roped off but here you can climb all over it and it's still in use! AND ...
... I learnt over the last few months after spending ten days trying — with mixed success — to speak in French. It's said that the key to speaking another language is getting to the point where you can *think* in that language. At times it feels like I get close with French, but I know with Italian I am going to be painfully translating every. single. word. internally. After lunch we race back to Place Bellecour where we are booked to join an ...