Campanile Melun Senart Vert-Saint-Denis
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... hill,” I mean I took the most terrifying tram ride of my life. This thing looked like they hadn’t replaced anything since they built it in the 1800’s (I’m assuming the date based on the equipment).
Anyway, I went to the Roman-Gallo Museum which was kind of a letdown actually. I mean, it was neat in that all the stuff had been taken from where the museum stood and from throughout Lyon but you can only look at some many pillars with Roman ...
... br> When we went out for dinner we discovered a multitude of restaurants, most serving traditional Lyonaise menus. After wandering around trying to make a decision for a while we finally sat and enjoyed the beautiful Lyon night. Mike and I had saucisson, Jude had quenelle and Ken had frogs legs. All meals were really good. Ken thought his was the best he's had on the trip so far.
We had noticed a popular gelato store on the way through and went there for dessert. ...
... The baked goods are awesome, and the duck! You can buy ready made Duck that is the match of any I've ever had. Also, Adrien worked hard to make me feel right at home. He did this the night the cat shat on his bed, it was something straight out of the Kwobinyarn playbook. And his reaction to the news was even better. "I will just brush my teeth again, so my breath is extra minty before I deal with this". Just like home! From Paris I went to Lyon! Lyon is not ...
... groups and people paying their respects. Many of the religious buildings in Le Puy are here because in 961 a local priest led the first pilgrimage to Camino Santiago in Spain and when he returned, started the building projects. The other interesting thing in the area is the work being done to continue the traditional art of lace making. Watched a man who was self taught and spoke enough English to explain his methods to us. We have to use the GPS to help us find the ...
... on the hot water, shower dress and walk to the market. Its full of foreigners, but not the tour follower types, they are all wearing berkas, and the stall holders were mostly arab looking, but we stroll thru and find some nice frenchmen selling vegies and fruit, so we stock up and beautiful cheries, and salad stuff and pickled everythings, yum, can't wait for dinner tonight, we buy a chicken that was still being rotiseried , 7 ...