Ibis Budget Lyon Villefranche sur Saone
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... city and it is so different within the walls. Cobblestone streets everywhere (which most European cities have but the way these were laid out were just stunning) the castle in the city square, lines of restaurants and cafes and yet we all ended up at maccas for lunch. This was more so for the ease, cost effectiveness and to get us out of the damn hurricane outside instead of walking the streets trying to find a restaurant. We then hopped back on the bus ...
... furry critter withdrawals and the cat decided my lap was a good napping spot.
I had 4 classes today (so I was at school for 8 hours). Other than that, I didn't do much other than Skype some people from home and get sleep because... well check the next post :P
I hope you enjoy reading my rambling explanations of what I've been up to, if not I hope you like the pictures(although there are fewer now that I class). Take care :)
In this flat with Adi and Julien (recently married) and Adi's brother Youann (a temporary guest) we are in share house, a home like Jan and I lived in before. They are good people. When we come back one or more will be here, we will chat, it's pleasurable.
Today was a very slow start, a sleep in, I'd been awake until 2am, from coffee, Lyon, thinking, and the spot by the window. I cruised the Vieux Lyon shops for croissants ...
... out over the edge of the hill at the city of Lyon. Another great panoramic! France always surprises me no matter where I go, even though I've now been here for a month. The buildings and houses were so cool from that angle, and we could tell that we were in a European city just from the way everything was arranged--in basically no specific order at all. The French really do know how to make everything look pretty.
After going back down to the city, we ate lunch in ...
... heads. One mile out, tragedy struck again: I got a flat. Generally no biggy, but I had left the tire pump at the campground and I had given my last presta adapter to a Warmshowers guest (enabling use of gas station pumps, which,frustratingly, were everywhere). This time there was no quick fix, no miracle. We had to walk back to the campground, closer to five miles than five km., as it turned out, especially with a few unproductive shortcuts. But ...