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... in a city and having different meetings going on.
When were upstairs next to the office of CEFAM and took a picture next to the office it was cool to see the Rider logo on the CEFAM poster.
We finally were able to leave CEFAM to go to our cocktail hour.
We went to a bar near CEFAM. The handed out juice and wine. I was so hungry that I did not think I could drink wine right away because it would go straight to my head, so I drank juice until I was ...
... in between the Seine and the Rhine rivers and sits in the foothills of the Swiss alps. It's natural surroundings make for beautiful surrounding countryside and interesting city planning. Lyon is the third largest city in France (behind Paris and Marseilles) and has a population as diverse as any in France. Cecile treated us to an authentic French meal at a true French bistro including some very authentic local dishes that would never be served in ...
I slept until noon. Jerry tried to roust me for hours, coming noisily into the room to make sure I didn't miss breakfast or the walking tour of Tournon or the ("over-the-top" I'm told now) farmers market, but I slept.
As Clare said this morning about her own lazy morning, "In Tournon, I did just that: Tour Non.")
It's not that I partied too much last night, though I did cut a rug after the Crew Show, I mean who can ...
Beautiful sunny day in Lyon today (don't worry mum, wearing lots of sun cream!), did a lot of walking! Left the hotel at 10:30 and wandered around the old town, saw the cathedral and walked by the river, bought a baguette for lunch and sat in a square by a fountain to eat it, changed hotels around 2 and had a nap to restore ourselves! Set off again around 3:30 and wandered to the other side of town and headed towards the big ...
laughs, but I’ve certainly got a few strange looks!
I actually don’t even know where to start. Maybe with the bread. . . It’s SO GOOD living in a place where buying bread from the supermarket (which is on par with bakery bread at home) is seen to be a bit silly, as there are so many better options. No jokes, within a 200m radius of
my house, so far I know of three bakeries and two pattiseries. ...