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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the pieces where all of the percussionists played the vibraphones, and other keyed instruments, with violin bows at the same time (like this). The only problem I had with this though was the amount of dissonance between all the notes almost gave me a headache (sorry music friends). Overall it was an enjoyable show, but I believe my musician friends, specifically the percussionists, would have really loved it.
... get some food in my stomach. When the brought out the light appetizers I thought they were very taste. I finally drank some wine.
I talked to a couple of the CEFAM students. I asked them what kind of music they liked and alot was American.
Our tour guide gave us a ticket to use the Metro to get back to the side of Lyon that our hotel was at. Most of us decided to go back with the tour guides and professors because we did not want to get loss coming back. ...
Yesterday was my first full day in Lyon. The city is amazing and so very beautiful, I still can't get over the fact that I get to live here for 5 months! Mom and Brigid were still with me yesterday and for half of today until they dropped me off with my host family and then headed to Paris.
Yesterday we walked around the city and explored a little. Then we went to see my university where I will be staying, it is very big and beautiful. I can't wait to see the inside and ...
... was being renovated so you couldn't see the front, but was fairly nice inside. The old town was cool and we had dinner in a small alley at a nice restaurant. I met more of Guillaume's friends Estelle and Julien. They seemed very nice and Estelle was very willing to help me with the menu. After a nice dinner we headed back to the apartment and went to bed.
Tuesday, we got up earlier in the morning than normal and headed on our way to our next campsite. We headed to a little ...
... of the structures are over 2000 years old as the area used to have a large roman settlement. They still use the theatre today and have a fairly extensive summer program (from what I can work out from guessing at all the dates and posters near by …. My French sucks)
Spent the rest of the day walking around the streets of old Lyon, looking at a craft fair and searching for my fridge magnet (which I found eventually). ...