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... did get Stew to try raw frois gras...which he will never do again. Having Dimitri meant we could tailor our menu and no one had to be designated driver! Plus Andrew got to practice his French and we picked up a few cooking tips (LOTS of butter and salt!). Wine has also been a bit of a puzzle for us in France. The French group their wines by region and the grape type is not advertised, so our purchases have been largely the result of ...
... its cobblestone pedestrian streets, trudging up its ancient staircases, admiring its gardens, fountains, and trees. I love crossing rivers to meet Logan as he gets off his school bus. I love that with all of its age, historical importance, romanticism, and charm, Lyon is fully alive with people enjoying life...and almost no one has thought to rope it off and make a grab for ...
... the Old Town has been perfect. Walk out the door and there are so many things to see and do.
Museums abound, walks along streets laden with fashion houses - no possible temptation there as we are already at the limit of airline weight allowances - churches, cathedral, basilica, river cruises - all add to the colours and flavours of such a charming city.
And the people really have been friendly and charming.
Ben loved the long walk in the park ...
... been thinking about recently is that I miss France. And in fact, I've started looking at the place as a tourist now, and not so much as someone here to work and live for a while. So I've kind of noticed how beautiful the country is, like the train ride from Geneva to Lyon for example, or my covoiturage from Lyon to Toulouse. And I think I've forgiven France for my initial hardships, it's not too bad here. And of all the countries in Europe I've been to, France probably feels the most like ...
... That's all I have figured out at the moment. But it made me feel so happy to make travel plans again. It's all part of the magical high you get from freedom and big wide open spaces and learning new things and exploring new possibilities, and discovering things about he world and yourself that you never thought possible. Gosh I miss it. I know when I return to Australia it'll all be over, but at least I'll be with my family who love me and I can be with my sister and ...