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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... a madhouse and so we didn't hang around as T was starting to feel unwell. We took a taxi to the airport and it was a lot further than we thought. The hotel was right by the airport so very convenient for the airport tomorrow. T was still feeling unwell so I ate in the restaurant there (not that there was any where else to go to). I had quenelles of pike but they weren't very nice. We meaner to have an early night but by the time we had repackaged it was quite ...
... many of the residence were torn from their homes and deported to German concentration camps. Few returned. Built in 1948 this memorial will serve as a reminder for years to come. I will always remember it situated beside its stunning lake a sad moment photographing but we have honoured and remembered those who died at the hands of the Nazis in camps. It's a sad thing to see, but once again reminds us that the freedom we enjoy today is down to these brave soles. The ...
... some people to chat with at the parties and during the lunch breaks.
Overall, this festival was an awesome experience where I learned a lot about many styles of dance and how the "dance scene" in Lyon really isn’t that different than that in the US.
Well I finally have caught you all up with all of my spring break, I have 1 month left of adventures to share (the month of May) and hopefully you all will ...
... this time round. I did not see the gambling house either, but then it had been engulfed by a fire some years ago. Fortunately, there was no smoke on the water, but there was a hazy mist over the lake which did not look too dissimilar. I caught a glimpse of a hotel up the hillside, white with blue sunshades. It may even have been our actual hotel, with no change in decor over forty years. More likely, it was a shadow or a mirage. We drove past the Chateau de ...
A lovely day in a lovely city. Morning was spend wandering through the local food market (they had peas!). A delight for the eyes as everything is laid out so beautifully. Crossing the river I stumble upon a arts market. Knowing there is nothing I will buy changed my whole perception of what I saw. No longer am I looking through the eyes of "that would look nice in such-and-such place at home" or "I know so-an-so would love that as a gift". Rather I ...