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... Security Insurance for France. After that, Nicole, Katy and I went to Parc Tete d'hors. We got there too late for the zoo so I will go back sometime earlier in the day when the zoo is open to see all of the animals.
I found the swing/lindy/blues dance crowd in Lyon tonight. for 4E you got a drink and a night of dancing. I find it a bit more intimidating than the salsa nights because people are more chatty, but I found ...
... me sometime (and I may take him up on that if I find someone here interested and coming as well), but he also showed me the big Centre Commercial (Mall) "La Part Dieu" and took me to the tram stop I needed with a ticket so I could make it the rest of the way to my living establishments. I really loved meeting this older gentleman who made me feel comfortable in the city.
So when I got to the hotel (because the ...
Battery Boy and Video Girl woke up early and packed up their apartment. They would be sad to leave it, it had been so lovely and spacious and the location was perfect.
Backpack Boy also packed his backpack and set off on his European adventures. Battery Boy and Video Girl will be looking forward to hearing his stories when he returns home in a couple of months.
After walking down to Exotic Car Hire Battery Boy selected a vehicle appropriate to their ...
... great to see the residents of this city enjoying their park.
Another one of the wonderful sights in Lyon is the Bartholdi fountain, the sculptor Bartholdi is better known for his other work, New York's Statue of Liberty. The Lyon fountain is enormous, far greater than life size and it has a woman in a chariot, representing France trying to control 4 horses, representing the 4 major rivers in France, it really is quite stunning.
... a french documentary. This documentary was AMAZING. A documentary about a french photographer JR who went to Sudan, cambodia, kenya etc and took photos of inspirational women and plastered them all over buildings all over the world, was so good and most of it was french subtitled so was easier to follow than if it was straight french.
this is the trailer in english.. really inspiring and well done.