Citadines Lyon Part Dieu
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... This part of Lyon was different then the part we were staying at. The arcutechure did not seem as old as it was by our hotel. This part of the city was way more hustle and bustle then the other side. When we got to CEFAM I was surprise to see how small the office was. I thought it would be way bigger. The area CEFAM was in was a very busy area, and the building had alot of different things going on. Being in that kind of enviroment of a busy area made me envision my ...
... to hear the history. I have to keep reminding myself that a lot of buildings here are far older than the United States. From the hospital museum, we visited Patriarche, where we learned all about different varieties of grapes and wine, where they come from, how they age, and so on. We ended with a wine tasting in the cellars. I enjoyed two of the reds and one white. Everyone loved the pink Champagne, but I ...
So here's a short (as short as possible) recap of my first week in Lyon:
Full day #1 the 16th:Orientation with USAC-all spoken in French and I understood more than I anticipatedUSAC "Picnic"-Inside because of rain, but I learned that sandwiches here are much bigger and a lot of bread hahaCampus Tour- Campus has many courtyards and you have to be careful not to be turned around but I think I got the gist of campus (several inter-connected buildings)Shopping- We went to the mall La ...
... amazing." So Video Girl and Battery Boy set off from Fourviere Hill to Les Mur de Canuits, crossing two rivers and weaving their way through breathless streets in the blistering heat for a leisurely stroll of eight kilometres. After climbing the last kilometre of steps designed to replicate climbing K1 we arrived at Les Mur de Canuits.
"So where is this Canuits thing, and what is it?", Battery Boy asked. Video Girl replied, "Turn ...
... go to, and we were invited to come. The girls stayed at the apartment with Eliette, and they had dinner and watched a movie.
It was a fair drive to the party (almost an hour – it was in Saint-Jean Bonnefonds, near Saint-Étienne). The party was great – we got another good dose of French hospitality, socialization, and eating! The food was again bountiful. So many snacks that we were stuffed before the main meal even ...