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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 ...
... Tonight Nicole and I made crepes before going out to a jazz club (where the music was good, but the bartender messed up my order). It was a short night out and we made it home by 2:30 after eating a Kebab. Side note: I love the weekend night busses
I cannot believe I've only been in France for half a month already! I've experienced a lot and I am looking forward to what these next months hold.
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... now – it was partly destroyed during France’s religious war in the 16th century and the Germans finished it off in 1944. We were taken on a tour through the vineyards – interesting because of all the stones around the vines. Apparently the stones, left by glacial movements, absorb the sun’s heat during the day and radiate the heat at night so that the vines don’t get cold – and this is ...
... and you ask intelligent questions about it. Being very interested. Fancy not knowing this about someone I've been married to for 25 years!) ... we love this newness, this challenge ... this pleasure, it's fun. The walk home near midnight with streets lively still ... this is what we wanted from Paris. At 2am, I sit at home on a landing one seat wide, a window open to the Rhône, a cool breeze. After the late coffee sleep will be a while yet but I'm pleased. Thinking of you all, dear ...
... was now fully functional to work, even when we were not in wifi range. The plaza we were on also featured a Starbucks, which we logged in our memory banks for later. We wandered through a very large plaza (Place Bellecour) and saw other aspects of central Lyon. The city is built around the Rhone River, which is still an important waterway in Europe. Lyon was originally a hub for textile manufacturing, especially silk, but has diversified into other industries such as ...