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... mint you ask? It was
actually flavoured with real mint leaves and it was so awesome!
We checked out a couple of cute little stores we saw and once
again wished I could transport some of the things I saw back to Canada, but it’s
just not doable.
That night, for Hector’s birthday (on Halloween) we went
bowling, had a surprise cake for him and all sang him happy birthday in another
language….I was the lucky one who got ...
... was lovely and the building was was a Gothic makeover from an old Romanesque beginning. We then saw the old Roman Temple of Augustus and the old forum as well as medieval half timbered houses and 17th century business districts. We walked along tree-lined cafe studded streets back to our awaiting riverboat for dinner and our evening sail to Viviers.
... to leave because the police were afraid of trees falling over (which is apparently a thing in France too).
We then decided to walk around the city for a little bit and get to know the streets before going back to Grenoble. We walked by this huge fountain located outside the art museum and palais de la justice. It showed this woman riding in a horse-drawn carriage with an infant (a little bizarre, but still cool). It made for some great pictures, and the water felt ...
... seat reservations at an additional cost... We were lucky there were two seats still together on the train. Lesson learned, pre-reserving from now on. When we got to Lyon, we walked a good 45 mins along the beautiful river to our hostel. The staff are super friendly, the hostel is clean, and we already met another Canadian. We're about to head out to explore the city/find a place to eat. Wish us ...
... machine. Successfully we purchased two all day passes that covered the Metro, the Tramway (which is an electric street car) and the bus. Following the guide of Rick Steve we headed to the funicular station and took the cable car up to Fouivere. There, just outside of the cable car stop, was the Basicalla of Notre Dame (same name, different one). It was built as a plea bargain to protect the city from being taken by the Prussians. The chancellor of the city told the ...