Appart'City Lyon Part-Dieu Villette
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... city and it is so different within the walls. Cobblestone streets everywhere (which most European cities have but the way these were laid out were just stunning) the castle in the city square, lines of restaurants and cafes and yet we all ended up at maccas for lunch. This was more so for the ease, cost effectiveness and to get us out of the damn hurricane outside instead of walking the streets trying to find a restaurant. We then hopped back on the bus ...
... 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 ...
... I immediately fell in love
with the city. Paris is way too much for me to handle... but Lyon was so much more manageable and livable in my opinion. I saw lots of people going to work, students headed to class, and tons of people working out along Le Rhone river. I mean tons! Running, biking, walking, pull-ups, pushups, sprints... I respect a place that knows how to get a good sweat ...
... one of the best moments ever when I happened to squat down where there were a bunch of clovers and what do you know I found a four leaf clover!!!!!! Lucky for me but bad for everyone else because I didn't shut up about it for the rest of the day. When we descended, I decided I wanted to go on the huge Ferris wheel in the center of town since we only have until next month to go on it before it's taken down. Everyone else was scared of heights though and nervous because they ...
... of Hogwarths. I had no appetite and my cold had evolved into violent outbursts of belching and coughing. I picked at some of the quiche and slept. The next morning I was feeling better, which is strange because I thought I was really coming down with something severe. Maybe it was all the fresh air, walking up and down hills, keeping active and not being so bed-ridden. Whatever it was, I felt well enough to have one last meal at the hall of silence and I was happy to fork ...