Mercure Lyon Charpennes
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... saying thank you and bye in French.
When I got back to the hotel it was time for me to get ready for our trip. I straighten my hair, put on some makeup, and got dress. We all meet int he lobby around10:50.
However not all of us were present. We were missing four! But they eventually all found their way to the bus after waiting just a little bit. Stores were open and people were going about their everyday activities.
When I got on the bus to BD, I ...
... course: my veal kidneys are very good, but her dish, en croute this time and with an accompaniment of chicken liver pâté, definitely wins. After we order, two South African ladies take the table next to us. Yalini advises them on suitable wine and food choices when the waiter struggles a little with their accents and lack of French, much to the amusement of a well-dressed gentleman at the corner table who we later confirm is the patron (owner). They end up ordering the same ...
... could care less but to us women this is important. I went one whole month without a straightener and blow dryer which leaves me feeling proud of myself because I am not high maintenance all the time. :)
Anyways I am off to bed because I am an old lady now and go to bed by 11 every night (I'm sure you would too if you had to wake up at 7am and watch children all day!!) I am trying to justify my old lady-ness; however, I am sure knitting does not help my cause!
... lying on the floor between the sidewalk and the street. They were trying to wake him but to no avail, another man was on the phone. I assume he was a homeless guy who died of starvation or malnutrition in his sleep. The scene was pretty tragic, on the way back I saw the paramedics taking a body bag to the back of the ambulance. The sad thing about both scenes was the fact that there was a restaurant right next to them filled with people stuffing their faces. ...
... to use that option (more transfers and slower). I have no way to tell now which train it is, and no way to convince the ticket girl to help. I give up and search for wifi, hoping to get the details in time. No luck. At 10.30 I finally find a cafe with wifi - the Eurail site confirms if I'd found it earlier I could have left Nice at 10 am and arrived in Lyon at 6.40 pm (more daylight to find hostel). As it is, I really do have to wait until 1.55 pm, unless I want to risk ...