Aux Relais Bleus
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Yesterday (Thursday) was filled with driving and we are all so sick of the bus. I am not feeling well again so I pretty much slept all day and Jordan just sat and listened to his music. We did a quick lunch stop in at Avignon which translates to the 'windy city' and boy did it live up to its name today for us!! The wind was so strong that it felt like it was picking us up. It is however such a pretty town! The city walls kind of shuts it out from the rest ...
... Americans who helped me out.
Today I had my first class (Travel Photography) which is an Elective through the USAC program. This class is taught in French but it went well. I also got my scores from our placement test today and I did better than I expected (Low Intermediate>Elemetary/Beginner). I talked to my French conversation partner tonight and we need to set up a time to meet.
We met our ...
... des Tissues et des Arts Decoratiffs. 2 museums in one. One is a museum of textiles with the most wonderful examples of woven silk fabrics and most all in remarkable condition. Unfortunately no photos were allowed to be taken. The second museum was demonstrating decorations. The most amazing examples of rooms decorated with French furniture and of course the woven silk fabrics. A fabulous museum and so few people there which was a bonus. I have ...
... the road. Our coach was the first one and began the process of inching past the car, we got two thirds of the way past before it became obvious we weren't going to be able to make it all the way. We were sitting on the coach while our driver and the one from the coach behind were out front discussing what to do next. It didn't take long before Gerry decided that some of the men from our coach could lift the back of the car and move it closer to the curb, ...
... back up to snuff. French people in general, while somewhat standoffish at first, are very friendly and generous.
Lyon was the most spectacular city in the French interior. It had numerous large hills which overlooked the old city, which was once the capital of Roman-Gaul. Although I didn’t see them, ruins of Roman aqueducts some 2000 years old still stand in the area and once ran some 80 km to ...