Campanile Melun Senart Vert-Saint-Denis
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... to play and run around without any hassles. Dave and Jenny prepared the starting of the Beef, so we could eat it for dinner the following night. The next day we decided to go to Cluny to visit the Abbey and the town centre. We were lucky, as it was Saturday, and there was a market on. Jenny and I visited the Abbey while the others looked around the market and the town. It was very interesting, and beautiful. That night, Jenny and Dave finished off the Beef, and we had ...
... that we then walked to the Museum of the resistance. This was really interesting giving information about how the resistance worked in Lyon in particular and also in the rest of France. All a bit depressing too! The interesting thing is that the D day landings weren't universally welcomed by the French as so many towns were completely destroyed & so many civilians were killed. Just seen as collateral damage I guess. Things really haven't ...
... and a gooey soft cheese, all locally sourced. A Geneva red and super Calvados.
Daniel is doing his life's work running this telescope (the story of how he got the job is a story of fate). His cosy house, really close to the telescope, fell into his lap. All of his considerable range of skills and knowledge, from English to astronomy to physics, to sophisticated engineering are being used. He is enthusiastic, focused ...
... I met with an English speaking man who worked for an organization called OPAC that works on a large number of social housing projects across the Lyon area. He explained to me the differences between public and private social housing (OPAC is public). Social housing is available to people below a certain income level as a means of affordable housing. These housing units can support students to families to elderly; there are even certain ...
... and spent the morning searching for famed went in search of the elusive Traboules of Lyon.
The Traboules hidden passageways through buildings which lead from the top of the hill in Lyon to the river. The Traboules were originally used by silk workers to transport goods in bad weather. They were later used to avoid Nazis during World War 2.
We had a French map and directions and set off. It was kind of like a treasure ...