Kyriad Bourgoin Jallieu
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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 ...
... Americans who helped me out.
Today I had my first class (Travel Photography) which is an Elective through the USAC program. This class is taught in French but it went well. I also got my scores from our placement test today and I did better than I expected (Low Intermediate>Elemetary/Beginner). I talked to my French conversation partner tonight and we need to set up a time to meet.
We met our ...
... br> To my left was a curly, red-haired lady in a Peugeot. The car was rusted and you could tell it had been manufactured in white. Now an off white colour, she kept getting frustrated. I admit I was speeding up and not letting her overtake, but she kept grinning so I thought she could take the banter. It was hilarious to say the least. The journey seemed to take forever! It was unbelievable to think that Paris and Lyon were both cities in the ...
Talk about adventure! We had no idea what a challenge Thursday would be! After a
"leisurely morning" that started at 5 AM, we were early to the Amsterdam Central Station
for our train trip to Lyon through Paris.
From Amsterdam we took an express train that only stopped in Rotterdam and Brussels before arriving at the Paris North station--almost 30 min. late! Highly unusual for European trains which are known for on-time arrivals ...
When we visited Lyon we focused on the historical landmarks there . The Roman settlement was largely on the hillside above the Saone, just before it joins the Rhone. Lyon’s Gallo-Roman Museum is filled with artifacts illustrating the life of that period in Lugdunum. It’s located next door to the excavated amphitheater, which has been partially rebuilt so that it can be used for performances today. We took a train up ...