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... but the facilities are good and as its all gravel no mud to worry about from the rain!
We took the bus into Lyon for a look around the city with no expectations but it was a nice city and easy to get around.
Now that its dry, we hope it will stay that way as staying / sleeping in the van with the rain pouring down is a pretty miserable place to be!!
... Despite our fun transit adventures, we are looking forward to returning to small town living where everything is walking distance, and will be heading by train tomorrow to Colmar, close to the German border. France observation for the day * Green space intended for playing is hard to come by (a pay-entry park in Paris was the best and only options so far). Thomas is climbing every fence and pole in ...
... none of them will get you a non-red middle!
After lunch, we drove to the “Tête d’Or” Park and walked around for a while. It is a huge place, complete with a lake, a zoo, lots of open spaces and gardens. It would be akin to Central Park in New York – lots of green space in a very urban area. We walked around the lake (Abby showed us a few places she went when she was here last year), and we spent a bit of time looking at ...
... wait to go on it!! I'm about 15 minutes walking from the Vieux Lyon (Old Lyon), which is across the Rhône river. The Vieux Lyon is BEAUTIFUL because it's all cobblestone tiny streets with adorable shops everywhere and pubs and huge Catholic Churches everywhere (all beautiful). My host mom picked me up from the airport so I haven't had to find any other lodgings. Her house is the pinnacle of French bourgeois. There's framed painted ...
... instead, ******* retard!' Then I stormed off and went to church. It makes me smile to think that I've picked up my mother's habits sometimes. And I suppose it makes sense. It's the middle of the morning, the sun is up. We don't pay for the light from the sun, but we certainly pay for the light from the electricity. So, open the ******* windows!! Church was nice too. I met a lady there, she eventually discovered that French wasn't my first language, but she was so friendly. ...
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