Hotel des Savoies Lyon
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Yesterday (Thursday) was filled with driving and we are all so sick of the bus. I am not feeling well again so I pretty much slept all day and Jordan just sat and listened to his music. We did a quick lunch stop in at Avignon which translates to the 'windy city' and boy did it live up to its name today for us!! The wind was so strong that it felt like it was picking us up. It is however such a pretty town! The city walls kind of shuts it out from the rest ...
... a different parish St George. I was unaware of several things when I chose to go to the 10:30 mass, but I was pleasantly surprised. First it was apparently a feast day that isn't really celebrated in the United States much. "The Purification of Mary"/Candlemass. Thankfully one of the deacons was coming around before mass handing out extra pamphlets and explaining what would be happening (and I understood it). This part of the mass involved a ...
... way. We made it but were both covered in perspiration as we settled into our seats. The flight was a Lufthansa/Singapore Airlines code share so the majority of the crew and passengers were German. I don't know what wizardry they arranged but we were able to watch the World Cup final on live tv on the entertainment system for its entire duration. As everyone now knows Germany won in extra time and you can imagine the atmosphere among crew and passengers on the flight. So ...
... dance steps and got some choreography going!!
Then we decided we wanted to learn how to 'twerk' why, I have no idea.
We searched videos on YouTube that taught us how to twerk, and there we were - a bunch of girls around the creepy old accordion twerking.
I was scared to sleep because I was afraid one of the boys would scare me - the whole night you would randomly hear people screaming haha.
Ah anyway - off to Barcelona Spain!
... he seemed to think it was fine, the guy was really drunk. Oh well. A bit later the guy came back and was like - no hard feelings, etc. so it's probably fine. Note to self: tone down the language. But something I find surprising about France, or at least the Wallace, is that when people are too drunk, they still get served. If they're being rude to waitresses or other people, it's not often that anything is done about it. It's kind of like, they have enough money to buy alcohol ...