Grand Hotel de la Paix
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... Tonight Nicole and I made crepes before going out to a jazz club (where the music was good, but the bartender messed up my order). It was a short night out and we made it home by 2:30 after eating a Kebab. Side note: I love the weekend night busses
I cannot believe I've only been in France for half a month already! I've experienced a lot and I am looking forward to what these next months hold.
Today I ...
... of the looms in action and I bought a small silk remnant for 1.5Euros. On my way back home I went exploring and walked through the church I went to mass at last week, found a yarn shop where I picked up some materials for a new hat (its cold here so I wear a lot of hats), found the church that's really close to the dorm, and made dinner before going out to a salsa club. I really needed the salsa night, to feel in my element and I found I actually had less creepy people at the salsa ...
... out the doorway. It is now time to go, voila!
The views from the Basilique of Lyon are spectacular, showcasing the city and the Saone and Rhone rivers. They then made their way back down Fourviere Hill to the Amphitheatre des trios Gaules, an amazing archeological discovery and a significant part of Lyon's history. Battery Boy stood at the entrance with his face pressed against the steel bars of the gates like an excited schoolboy on ...
... a large and busy town, but because it is Sunday the shops are mostly closed. We stopped and had a brief look at an art market before heading back to the boat, where there were some very beautiful things. Lyon also has the headquarters of Interpol. After lunch, we joined the optional tour for an afternoon in Beaujolais, stopping first at the village of Oingt, then on to a family owned winery for a tasting of typical Beaujolais wines. Oingt is a beautiful village, where ...
... trop tôt'. Anyway, he understood. I think he was mildly disappointed. I think he would have had more luck if I'd been a French girl. But again, if you can imagine the scene, sooo very French (with a hint of an Australian accent). Gahhhhh!! The L word right! Fuuuuuck!! I brought the flowers home and put them in a vase. My flat-mate Jeremy asked me about the flowers, so I told him again Oussama and how I found the whole thing a bit full on. I ...