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... needs site seeing right?! We arrived at the pub, a tiny little place in a side alley in some random street in Lyon, metal is blaring and drinks are about to start flowing, this place is amazing! We started downing pints haaaaard! We had like 3 in our first hour there and that's when we were offered free shot, a jd shot and a jäger shot, things were getting wild. Talking **** about how we would ...
... river. I got lots of good produce and since I got there toward the end of the market, I got a rotisserie chicken for 5 euros (instead of 8).
Tonight Nicole cooked mussels and potatoes and they weren't bad. The mussels were an odd texture but took the flavor of the veggies they were with.
Today was my first day of French classes, nothing too exciting happened.
Classes didn't start until ...
... of Lyon) turned out to be a delightful old walled town tracing its history to the 13th century. There are cobblestone streets with stone and half-timbered houses, a lovely picturesque and historic town.
We strolled around in the afternoon sunshine, sampling the local pastry specialty (called Galettes - They were selling like hot-cakes!). The fortified church that formed part of the city wall was especially interesting - it has very narrow stained ...
... google images searches that inspired the entire visit to this area. As we wind our way from Mende towards Le Puy we can tell which sections have been used for the tour by the quality of the road. Le Puy stands out with its cathedral and statue mounted high above the city. The weather isn't that great but the centre is full of tourists and locals as its the start of the week of re-enactments so lots of people walking around in period costume. The cathedral is full of ...
Hangovers and the Tour de France! Smugly I was feeling ok this morning although some were operating on very little sleep! After getting some much needed chamois cream (running low) and drooling over €3000 bikes we met up with the suffering and walked over to the main square. Breakfast was typical of a hostel... Poor... The bread was so hard you'd probably end up killing a duck but more importantly ...