Campanile Lyon Isle d'Abeau
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Yesterday (Thursday) was filled with driving and we are all so sick of the bus. I am not feeling well again so I pretty much slept all day and Jordan just sat and listened to his music. We did a quick lunch stop in at Avignon which translates to the 'windy city' and boy did it live up to its name today for us!! The wind was so strong that it felt like it was picking us up. It is however such a pretty town! The city walls kind of shuts it out from the rest ...
... but I had to go to the school in the morning to try to figure out how to take ballet classes with the university's sports program. I ended up going to the mall to kill time before class and made a friend who made me speak French (although he could speak some English) while I was crocheting a hat. Classes ran until 8PM today, now I'm starting to understand why the French generally eat dinner later.
Today I had early classes ...
... and dingy as they had very little natural light. They were used by the French Resistance during the war. We came back to the ship, had lunch and rested. Dinner was once again way too much to eat. After dinner we had entertainment from a singer of French songs. We start at 8:15 tomorrow with wine tasting at 9am! The things you have to do on ...
... s medieval ruins. It's started to rain so our speed is reduced as is our visibility. Down to 9 degrees!!!! At midday!!! We are calling into Mende first which is famous for its bridge and Notre Dame Church. We have been told the church is under restoration and therefore in scaffolding. As we come out of a tunnel to wind down from the plateau we drive into a thick blanket of mist then onto a huge 4 lane bridge that winds down into Mende. The French government must have ...
Hangovers and the Tour de France! Smugly I was feeling ok this morning although some were operating on very little sleep! After getting some much needed chamois cream (running low) and drooling over €3000 bikes we met up with the suffering and walked over to the main square. Breakfast was typical of a hostel... Poor... The bread was so hard you'd probably end up killing a duck but more importantly ...