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... area. We decided to go to another bar on a different street but the bar seemed to very rowdy so we decided to go back to the bar we were out. We then decided to try going to a dance club. Unfortunately we could not find one, so we ended up just going back to the hotel. I stayed up for a little talking to others but when I got really tired I decided it was time to go back to my room and go to sleep. I decided to pack in the morning. Tomorrow we were going to Switzerland.
... in the square in front of it. There is also a highly-regarded bouchon nearby that we want to book in for, but they turn out to be fully booked for tonight and closed tomorrow. Something for our next visit, perhaps. In the streets and on the Métro Yalini comments that there is much more space, and people seem more relaxed. I can't help but observe that they also seem much more, well … boring. Sorry, Lyon, but Paris is my kinda town. This is amusing given that Yalini ...
... I played soccer for my college team and the practices were not even this strenuous. I love playing soccer but I think that it will be too much especially with french classes, the kids and travelling. The team practices Wednesday and Fridays for two hours as well as games on top of that. I would rather do a sport that requires less commitment and involves more fun. To join the rowing club it is quite expensive and rowing in the winter has little appeal. I may just settle with a ...
... palace or something like that. It was about 20 minutes away from the apartment and was basically this humongous over the top fountain that was built around 1850 to celebrate the introduction of running water in Marseille. The fountain itself wasn't all that interesting but the walk there certainly was. I went somewhere between 7 and 7:30 and just strolled along the sidewalk absorbing my surroundings. I saw a homeless guy eating out of trash. He was ...
... thinking again what a beautiful city Lyon is. Dinner works - cheesy polenta with tomatoes - and the American from the morning spots me in the dining room and is glad I'm cheered up. Then there's Sangria and chatting with hostel-dwellers before bed. Overall the day had a lot more good than bad - if I weren't celiac with food so often an enemy, travel would lose a large chunk of stress. But I keep seeing such amazing places, I won't let a little food-hassle ruin it for ...