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... it in Spanish and totally screwed
up, I practiced and practiced all day, but I still messed up. Oh well, it was
And that, my friends is the end of our 2 week vacation!
We took all day to get back to Rochefort the next day, I
decided to go see Meredith when we got back and we had supper together. Then
Sunday was the day we used to do laundry and get organized for the real reason
we’re all here and planned some lessons for school. ...
... other buildings. One giveaway was marble which isn't found in the area and was brought by the Romans from Italy. Vienne was quite a large Roman settlement – they reckon 30,000 people – the population decreased over the centuries and today is back to 30,000. Like many of the towns we've seen, there are lots of medieval streets and buildings, including a Cathedral, the City Hall etc. The town is overshadowed by Mont ...
Transition days are by their nature demanding. Jan being herself has researched today, the line numbers, the destinations, we have tickets, we are logistically prepared. Marie-Christine met us at 7.30am, her smiling petite self with crepes and yoghurt and balled melon etc. We packed (a small job), waited, were driven to the Gare saying a fond gratitude for her loving care of us, boarded the 9.39 to Paris, arrived and scoped out the line to St Lazare from Montparnasse then ...
One of these days of travelling that is not that great but not that bad either. We took the tram to pick up the car, a funny snub nosed looking Renault, which wasn't that bad. Difficult to get out of Lyon though and the whole journey to our final destination fir the day was marred with wrong turns, uncertainties about direction and it just took for ever. After one zillion roundabouts, almost literally, we came to the outskirts of Grenoble and got sucked into the wrong ...
Our last two days have been spent walking around the gorgeous city of Lyon. Between the churches, the food, the old city and the rivers, we think Lyon is going to be one of our favourites for this trip. Our first night, we got settled into our hostel and asked the receptions staff where to get traditional Lyonnaise cuisine, and what we were going to be getting ourselves into. He told me that it would basically be anything you could do with a pig... This was proven right when ...