Auberge de la Plaine
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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 ...
... today, he seems pretty cool and speaks clearly so I think it will be a productive semester. I got to choose to "Option" courses for my level so I chose Theater (because I'll have to speak and I like moving) and "Mode" or Fashion because I like sewing and thought it would be interesting. I also signed up for a guided 4 day trip to the South of France during our 2 week long spring break:) We also rode the ferris wheel today
Lovely day for walking. Felt really quite easy going. Couple of rests. Usual lunch of banana/mars bars. (What did pilgrims eat before such things were available?). Spent some time walking on the old roman road as used by Sigeric the Serious c AD 990 (he is credited with writing the first guide book for the route). Road been used for well over 1000 years and still no service stations. Speaking of which I am not sure if I had ...
... I played soccer for my college team and the practices were not even this strenuous. I love playing soccer but I think that it will be too much especially with french classes, the kids and travelling. The team practices Wednesday and Fridays for two hours as well as games on top of that. I would rather do a sport that requires less commitment and involves more fun. To join the rowing club it is quite expensive and rowing in the winter has little appeal. I may just settle with a ...
... thinking again what a beautiful city Lyon is. Dinner works - cheesy polenta with tomatoes - and the American from the morning spots me in the dining room and is glad I'm cheered up. Then there's Sangria and chatting with hostel-dwellers before bed. Overall the day had a lot more good than bad - if I weren't celiac with food so often an enemy, travel would lose a large chunk of stress. But I keep seeing such amazing places, I won't let a little food-hassle ruin it for ...