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Travel Blogs from Vienne
... Australian accents are good. They get a smile from everyone! - Before leaving one pub, make sure the next one is open. Because in London it is far to cold to stand around outside and figure out where to go next. - Go to a treble bar in Newcastle. But only one. Never two. Two ends with a big headache. - No matter what your family says, don't let the dog off the lead. Because when you find it barking at an old lady 20 minutes later, you will be in a bad ...
... few excursions with my friend Gliece. We have visited the Musée de Beaux Arts and the Zoo at Parc de la Tete D'or. I like them both very much. And we've discovered a few nice places to eat and have coffee in Lyon too. So it's good. Life isn't too bad. I don't know if it's normal in France for someone to take this long to fall in love with a city, but it seems to be the case. I think for the first three months I hated this place. Then for the last three months I ...
... but I wasn’t too
excited to spend my night there.
As tough as getting into the bed was, getting out of the bed
was another trial. Luckily, Axel and Claire were already downstairs, so I
wasn’t going to embarrass myself in front of them yet another time. As I
descended down the ladder, it fell again with a loud bang! After I recovered
from my shame (seriously, it’s meant for children to do), I realized
... and went and had some lunch at a cafe she said was to die for. We talked on for hours and exchanged numbers and more info. It was like a fairy tale story which i never wanted it to end. The girl i meet was Jasmine from Lyon. We hung out almost everyday while i was staying with my host family.
Tout en marchant autour de la ville parce que assis à la maison était tellement Décembre 2012 si tout en marchant autour ...
... didn’t work on). We begrudgingly get on the first train in our connections to Barcelona. Imagine getting on an airplane and seeing every seat is full and seeing people sitting in the isles. That’s what this train was like. (Now to understand how ****** off I was at that you have to understand most European trains are fairly roomy. Like the one I’m sitting on right now has 4 seats arranged with two next to eachother facing inward ...