Aux Relais Bleus
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This morning, explore a local market in Lyon with your Program Director, and discover myriad sweet and savory items for sale. You'll experience the delectable goodness of the many kinds of French breads, from the long, thin baguettes to the plumper loaves of pain (bread) during an exclusive Discovery Series event.
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... and so naive that I'd put so much trust in these people. I had nothing in Lyon anymore. I desperately wanted to go home. I just hated France and French people. I couldn't sleep that night, so I got up early and skyped with my mum and with my best friend Sophie. My mum said I'm welcome home anytime. Sophie said that because I felt so utterly disappointed and desolate, I almost had to keep pushing through so I got to a better place. Mum suggested that I just do something for me. I could ...
... France and I am yet to have a bad meal so you can imagine the standard of today's lunch- exquisite. After lunch we were chauffeured into town and Imy took me shopping along the main strip of Lyon, needless to say I was soon after swiping that little bit of plastic in every second shop. Knowing that i should put a stop to this spending spree Imogen took me sight seeing up to Fourviere- a steep hill that overlooked the city of Lyon complemented by one of the ...
... to our surprise, only when we had finished the first half of our brunch did they take our plates away and then bring out the next food. Thus proving that even when the French make American food, they still adhere to the French manner of eating (course by course, one plate at a time). But, the waitresses were very nice and at the end one asked Hillary and I for our contact information because she wanted to practice her english with us before visiting the United States.
... First I was at the wrong train station (at 5:30 am) to take a train to Barcelona. Then, I had to take a train from the Barcelona station to the airport. My airline said on my confirmation email that I had to check in 40 minutes prior to the flight. When I arrived at the desk, after sprinting all of the airport, I literally had 5 minutes to spare before I would miss the flight.
Once that drama was over, everything else was great! The boy ...