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... is a man made spa the size of an Olympic swimming pool built on a natural hot spring. It is amazing! I recommend giving yourself a day and going with a group of friends and chilling out with a beer! Life lessons from my trip to Iceland: - Easyjet are ruthless about bag weight. So when you have to repack your bags in the airport terminal, don't leave your toothbrush behind. Especially when going to Iceland. Because the Icelandic people have ...
... you travel with anyone for a long period if time, it'll be in the blog. Maybe it'll give her incentive to not be annoying. Who knows. My portrayal of her in this blog will be honest no matter what though... Ah the future is an interesting time. But life is normal on the home front. I'm reading a book called Shantaram at the moment and I love it. Very philosophical yet action packed at the same time. I'm only about half way through it though. Recently I've also been ...
... because skiing ain’t cheap!
That afternoon, Sylvie and Denis decided to take me into
Lyon to see the city. I can truly say that even though I was only there for a
few hours, I like it immensely better than Paris. It reminds me a lot of
Austin. There’s everything you want from a big city without it feeling like a
big city. After Sylvie finished her shopping, we trekked up one of Lyon’s two
hills in order to get a better ...
... t a long drive and Gerhard (our Globus tour director) took us into the old city centre and let us loose. The summer sales have started, they began on 1st July and so some of us were able to take a little advantage of this. I must confess to two purchases. Haven't done a lot of that as quite frankly we are kept too busy to do so.
Lyon is a beautiful city, the buildings are quite lovely and there was a looked after ...
Arrived in Lyon after 2 hours on the train from Paris. Lyon is just beautiful - the old town has a maze of tunnels to explore.
Lyon is famous for its food - so we went to a traditional bouchon for dinner and ordered the local food - an Andouillette sausage... lets say I tried but i couldn't finish it without gagging... tripe sausage is not for me!
Mike's coq au vin was much nicer!
The creme caramel for dessert made it worth while.