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Travel Blogs from Decines-Charpieu
... We saw the "amphitheater des Trois Gaules", a Christian site that dates back to the 3rd century!! A few more Traboules then we passed through the very artsy district of "Le Village des Createurs"' then La Fresque des Lyonnais...the most famous painted wall in Lyon, it's more like an immense mural on 3 sides of a building....painted like the building would look. With balconies and people on the balconies...looks quite real. The people painted there were all famous individuals in ...
... to start traveling again when my visa is over. That's really what I want. And it's only 45 minutes from Lyon, so I can visit my new crush on the weekends too. So I think she understood also. Gosh teachers are nice people. In the afternoon I went back to my hostel and chatted to my mum for a bit. Then went out with the crew again. But all we did was buy some drinks from the supermarket and drink in the streets. It's not legal to drink in the streets in France, but a lot of ...
We arrived by train, checked into the Le Cep Hotel. Quite lovely! See room pics. The damp rainy weather continues, but what can you do. Beaune is known as the wine capital of the Burgundy region and rightly so! We didn't plan for closures of shops and restaurants on Sunday and Monday, so we got ...
... we spent on them, it wasn't cheap. €20 - €30 for each long stretch of the motorway you did! It's a double ended sword, do you take country roads which will take longer but be cheaper? Or do you take the motorway and pay these extortionate prices?
The roads leading to the campsite were absolutely indescribable, they were literally something out of a movie, somewhere Top Gear would drive a Mustang. They were so picturesque. I made ...
... forget the best bagels ever!!!!! I will have to upload all the photos to go with the amazingness of the trip.
On the train there I wrote loads of postcards I'd bought from Saint Malo. And on the way back I didn't really know what to do with myself..3 hours from Lyon to Le Mans, a direct train though, so comfortable:) I actually embarrassed myself on the train back, cos as soon as I got to my seat I saw a frenchbook on the seat, and I picked ...
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