Campanile Lyon Ecully
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... far or hard of a trek it was going to be. We did manage to get the left overs off the people heading back down. The view from the top was pretty cool, but whether it was worth it with a hang over, I'm not sure. On the plus side, it did mean I appreciates the pool a lot more when we got back.
Planning on having a quiet night after 2 days of partying. Yeah... That didn't happen. Come dinner almost everyone was back on it again. Matt was plastered. ...
... centre near to the Gare for dinner. Yuk! The worst pseudo American food ever dished up. Even Meg did not like it and it was meant to be a treat for her..
We have concluded that at home we are spoilt with good footpaths, good road surfaces (asphalt) and relatively little rubbish. This place is also a taggers paradise. Seems as though no effort is taken to delete any graffiti. It is visible everywhere in the urban rail corridors. Despite the pot ...
Ok, so not the usual direct route one would take to get from Magny-le-Hogney to Lyon, however, after our initial decision of not visiting Paris (joint decision regarding this holiday being about what was best for the kids) we decided to throw it in anyway (even if the visit is simply for a Griswald family photo opportunity with one of the World's most iconic structures). James and I had already been to Paris on our honeymoon where we climbed the tower, however, Ayden was ...
I'm sorry! I was so sure that I would be able to write my journal post yesterday, but it seemed that I was caught off guard by the ever so powerful nap-attack. So, I will continue from where I left off:
I forgot to mention that on Thursday night, we hosted all of the Dartmouth students and our professor from Dartmouth, professor Tarnowski, at our house. I thought surely the event could not last longer than 3 hours, but like ...