Appart'City Lyon Part-Dieu Villette
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... me out of my anxiety ridden shell.
There were three courses: Onion soup, Beef meatballs (actually it was just one giant ball of meat) with potatoes and green olives, and a pastry with pear inside and chocolate drizzled on top.
There were seven people, six men and one other girl though she didn’t come till later: The first guy, was from Milano (Milan, Italy) that I talked to a lot about my travels and Italy in general. He was struggling with speaking ...
... or even a light apricot and the roves a pale terra cotta ...suddenly a heap of mountains that we pass through ...eventually get to Juan Les Pins ...yay !! Taxi to Isabelle's apartment and meet everyone ...Chrissi made it which is good and then the girls head off back to Switzerland and we have the place to our selves ..couple of wines while the sun makes its way down ...and we take in the view of the Mediterranean Sea ...so ...
... dark, but I got to see the whole stage.
The theater itself wasn't ornately decorated but had a black-box feel that drew the attention to the stage which I later discovered was extremely raked (at a big angle toward the audience). I think it was mostly the set that made it so sloped but I'm not entirely sure. The music was great and I could see some of the orchestra from my seat, and the singing and acting were ...
... We don't start until january 26th but we have language placement testing all of next week.
Then we went to the St. Jean Cathedral on top of the hill that looks out over Lyon. It was a great view of the city! The inside of the cathedral is very pretty and intricate, it must have taken hundreds of years to build it.
Today we spent part of the day walking around and shopping and then spent the rest of the day at the ancient ruins of the Medieval Lyon. There was ...