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Yesterday (Thursday) was filled with driving and we are all so sick of the bus. I am not feeling well again so I pretty much slept all day and Jordan just sat and listened to his music. We did a quick lunch stop in at Avignon which translates to the 'windy city' and boy did it live up to its name today for us!! The wind was so strong that it felt like it was picking us up. It is however such a pretty town! The city walls kind of shuts it out from the rest ...
... river. I got lots of good produce and since I got there toward the end of the market, I got a rotisserie chicken for 5 euros (instead of 8).
Tonight Nicole cooked mussels and potatoes and they weren't bad. The mussels were an odd texture but took the flavor of the veggies they were with.
Today was my first day of French classes, nothing too exciting happened.
Classes didn't start until ...
... and Haussmann apartment blocks of the east side to the ultra modern out-on-a-limb buildings of the southern confluence part of town, Lyon provides a feast for the eyes in just about any direction one can look. Amongst all of it, there are countless spaces for its citizens to sit, read, debate, relax, eat and play and, much to Logan's chagrin, smooch. I love Lyon. I ...
... in my classroom with no student in sight and no idea how to find them. I had found new rooms after that, only to find construction in those rooms a week later. I often have no computer or projector to work with even though teachers frequently ask me to work with videos during my lessons. Well, I guess that wasn't really "in short." I'm just hoping my schedule won't change after the winter vacation that begins at the end of next week. But really, I am ...
... several months ago we couldn't work out why it was more expensive to stay in Lyon than other places - it was a happy coincidence that we were in Lyon for the festival, but it worked out very well. As the day progressed it was interesting to see the number of people about increase. Since we were now in France, we decided morning tea was necessary - a long black (Ian), cafe au lait (Alison) and an apple juice (Ed) and beautiful pastries. We walked to the art gallery, noting all ...