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I had my first Airbnb experience whilst in Lyon. For those who don't know Airbnb is a community of people who either have accommodation available or are looking for somewhere to stay. I stayed with a lovely girl called Leila an her cat Oiseau (it means bird in french). It was a great experience to stay and chat to a local. I will happily be ...
... while someone standing at the end of each lane and tried to count the laps. The bike and run were simple enough but after the race there was the long wait (4 hours) in the heat for everyone to finish before the presentation started. Dad and I left early but Liam stayed to collect the prize for winning his category and to experience the post race food (the best part of racing in Italy). We spent the remainder of our ...
... into the Cathedral of St John's, which looks like a mini Notre Dame from the outside. They were working on the stain glass at the front so it was covered. Despite this, the inside was very beautiful. We left Old City and got back to the hotel just in time for the bus to Grenoble.
The bus ride to Grenoble took about 90 minutes. As we got closer, the Alps were in full view. This city sits in a beautiful area of France. The Alps were beautiful and all the streams we saw ...
... and a
creamy sauce and for dessert it was a chocolate cake (that was more of a
mousse) with red berries. It was sooo good! Probably the best meal we ate on
our whole trip. Yes, we went to a few other sit down restaurants, but we weren’t
ever with somebody that could tell us what the unknown things were on the menu,
nor were we with somebody that could give us suggestions of what was really
good or not so good (in their opinion of course). ...
... fours which we tasted with a delicious dessert wine.
Wow. What a night.
We cleared up a few debates or at least shed some informed light on them. First the pronunciation of amuse (amoos) buche (boosh). If the French waiter said it that way, I for one consider that the end of the debate.
Second; forks set facing tines upward or downward. We had read previously that it was traditional to set tines downward so the family coat of arms or initials ...