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... the same time. There are place holders for the screens for each square. They used to use wooden blocks, but now they use screens.
After that we got back on the bus and wound up in a HUGE traffic jam on the way to the Basilica of Fourviere, which is on the highest point (of course) in Lyon. The view was nice, supposedly we could see the office of Interpol, and across the river to Mont Blanc, the highest peak of the Alps in France.
... its cobblestone pedestrian streets, trudging up its ancient staircases, admiring its gardens, fountains, and trees. I love crossing rivers to meet Logan as he gets off his school bus. I love that with all of its age, historical importance, romanticism, and charm, Lyon is fully alive with people enjoying life...and almost no one has thought to rope it off and make a grab for ...
... our landlord's friend, Rebecca, who let us into our apartment. She could very well be the nicest person in France. The apartment was small but very livable (modern and clean with good wifi). And we discovered Nespresso! 100% additctively delicious. It was the perfect stopgap during our hunt for a real apartment and it was very close the famous Tete D'or Park . The first thing the boys wanted to do ...
... 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!!
... that they can't be that mad at the world. Or at least they're mad enough to protest and go on strike, but not mad enough to inconvenience anyone too roughly. They're such an odd personality. And they've got a bit of an arrogance to them. Although keep in mind that I'm generalising a lot here, not everyone is like this. But I think they're curious about the other, the foreigner. I suppose, as a foreigner myself, I could compare them to the US, but of the ...