Hotel Crowne Plaza Lyon - Cité Internationale
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... 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 ...
... amphitheater and parts of old houses. Also there was a museum where all of the artifacts that they have uncovered were on display to tell the story of how life was back then. The museum was very cool but long, it was impressive that there were so many things that they have found and that they can tell what purpose they served in ancient times!
Tomorrow I will spend time with the other students in my program and explore the city more. I am very excited to meet everyone!
... paying for extras your kidding yourself."
When they entered their room there was a school desk in one corner and two lockers for our clothing. Battery Boy sat with his hands clasped on the desk. He then put his hand up and said to Video Girl, "I have been a naughty boy, I think you need to punish me" he said with a glint in his eye. Video Girl said, "You don't need punishment, you need food, come on let's go before I smack you over the knuckles with that ruler ...
... for while). The Basilica was gorgeous! It had marble pillars, statues, stained glass windows, was well lit and colorful. The ceiling murals were more basic than the ones I have like in the past but they got the job done. It wasn't the best of the basilicas I've seen but it was definitely one of the nicer ones. I took a tram down the hill and met up with Greg and Jesse for lunch. Jesse had to get back to class but Greg and I went and got Sorbet after. ...
... friends too. I discovered though that a lot of the women don't live close to Lyon at all, some traveled up to two hours to come, from places like Annecy, or even St Etienne, which is 45 minutes away. But they wanted to come to see the community and be part of it. I guess that's nice. I think there's a larger Filipino community in Australia than France, probably because the Philippines is closer to Australia. One girl I met has the same name as me. She only moved to France ...