Ibis Budget Lyon Gerland
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... Americans who helped me out.
Today I had my first class (Travel Photography) which is an Elective through the USAC program. This class is taught in French but it went well. I also got my scores from our placement test today and I did better than I expected (Low Intermediate>Elemetary/Beginner). I talked to my French conversation partner tonight and we need to set up a time to meet.
We met our ...
... to get a few more household items (like a pan, bowl, and cups). After dinner we met several other international students in the dorm from Morocco, Peru, and Australia and we had fun singing popular songs.
Thursday the 22ndToday we had nothing planned so Ellie,Nicole, and I made a big hearty brunch before Nicole and I went to find cell phones (for contacting other people in the program/emergencies). After that we went to this somewhat fancy pizza place where there were birds ...
... you raised your eyes skyward to the top of Fourviere Hill where the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourviere with its white marble and gold glistened in the sunshine. Once again it was time to climb a hill to visit a church but this time would be done with ease as engineers had tunnelled through the hill and built the Fourviere Funicular that took you from street level to the Basilique. Although the most uncomfortable part of the journey was before we ...
Morning bus tour of Lyon. It was not as light this morning of course, so a bit more difficult to get up! Lyon is situated at the confluence of the Rhone and Saone Rivers. There is a long history of settlement, and it is ideally situated connecting to all of Europe quite quickly. The Romans first settled on the hill. The hill is now dominated by the Basilica, dedicated to Mary, who the locals believed saved them from invasion. Then the old town was inhabited below the ...
... but I really couldn't be bothered. So I spent a lot of the day planning. But if I had any free time, Oussama wanted it. So on Tuesday I had a student evaluation in the morning, then I went out to Saint Priest to his house for lunch. He gave me flowers, and bought me some of my new favourite fruit, kaki. It was nice, we ate Algerian food and then sat on the grass on a hill, in the sun and looked over the little township of Saint Priest. ...