BEST WESTERN Crequi Lyon Part Dieu
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... headed back to the hotel and enjoyed a good nights rest. It was the best we have had all tour and we could have just stayed there a little longer. We are now on our way to Paris and it is our last drive together as a group. We only have two nights left and reality is starting to kick in and Contiki/travel depression is starting to kick in. As much as we miss everyone at home and we just want to play and cuddle with molly we are safe our trip is almost ...
... river. I got lots of good produce and since I got there toward the end of the market, I got a rotisserie chicken for 5 euros (instead of 8).
Tonight Nicole cooked mussels and potatoes and they weren't bad. The mussels were an odd texture but took the flavor of the veggies they were with.
Today was my first day of French classes, nothing too exciting happened.
Classes didn't start until ...
... a toilet (not always easy when travelling in France). We found a supermarket that covered both needs and then joined the other people who'd finished their shopping but could get back to their cars for the deluge outside. It was a nice sort of human moment with us all shrugging to each other and pointing at the rain. We finally got out, by me running through it and bringing the car close. Jo prepared lunch in the car and we all ate sandwiches as we went. It ...
... other things as well as we headed up the stairs to the door of the apartment. As we entered the apartment we were interceding for something dark that both of us were sensing. Luckily her sister wasn't home so we just sat down and interceded for a while and continued to do so all the way down the stairs, and also prayed for the mailboxes before heading back to the church joyful and in a warrior spirit. This is the story of probably my favorite day at the ...
... a really well known political science school so there's lots of classes I'm checking out that seem really interesting. So far I've been to the the New Russia, Contemporary Geopolitics, and Vietnam in the 20th century. The last one a bunch of us went to and I wanted to run away after the first five minutes because I had no clue what he was saying. So the immersion is not easy. More culture shocks: all the doors are push instead if pull, so people can tell I'm foreign right off ...