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... North into France to Evian. I didn't see anything particularly stunning that makes their water better than anywhere else, but it is a nice town at the foot of the mountains and was worth a visit. Our final day was pretty much a washout, but fortunately our AirBNB guy has a massive TV and so we had a chillout day, catching up on some schooling, playing Monopoly and watching a couple of movies. Next stop, back into France to Champagne. :-)
... where there is a huge market. Carouge was a really nice area, some call it more bohemian, definitely less of a big city feel and more quaint charm. Part of my walk took me along the river. While listening to the rushing water, I paused and had one of those "ah-ha" moments as I watched the way the river flows around the rocks. Life is like a river. If we think of ourselves as the water, and life’s many obstacles and challenges as ...
... gate to regulate traffic flow, and you have to leave a deposit on the card. Therefore if you want to leave before reception opens at 8.30, as we did, there is no one to refund you the deposit when you leave early.
I was just about to hit the sack, about 10pm I think, when a car pulled up next to us. There was some discussion between the occupants and some barking from, what turned out to be, two huge dogs they had in the car. The fact that they arrived late, and ...
... It was adorable.
It rained more on Thursday. Everyone was too tired to battle the rain and do something fun after class.
Friday ended up being another one of those incredible Lyon days. After class, Yoanna and I got lunch at this lovely pasta place. Then, we shopped around in Lyon at vintage stores and at modern stores for the afternoon. At 7:30, Yoanna, Jonathan, Hillary, and I met up at Stuart's house for another soirée. ...
... rated on different criteria such as food, accommodation, friendliness of staff, etc. This is one place I would rate highly on all measures, but especially the food. There is no menu, we are just provided with meals, which means I try things I wouldn't dream of trying back home and certainly wouldn't order in a restaurant for fear of wasting money on what sounds like a wholesome but bland mush of grains and stuff. So far, I've ...