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... with charging $8 for a new one! - No matter how expensive a new toothbrush is, I can't go more than a day without one. - Always eat the noodles. The best noodle soup I have ever had come from Reykjavik. I think it's called the noodle station, but in three days I ate there three times. Soooo good. - Icelandic maps are not accurate or to scale. I got very lost and confused trying to walk around the city, and it was genuinely because of the map, ...
... 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 ...
... br> I decided then and there that I was so out of shape, and dear God, how
was I going to ski this week. We climbed stairs for what seemed like 30 minutes
(and may have been), and we were all beat by the time we reached the top. But
the view was worth it, and I’m glad that I almost died to see it!
We ended up staying one more night at the grandparents’
house. (We figured out that the ladder needed to be placed under ...
... in use even today.
It was interesting to see the might of Romans ( and as how they persecuted the christians) but what struck me most was the messages they left behind to passerbys on their tombstones.
Walking the roman theatre reminded me alot of a small version of the colosseum.
We then headed to the other end of vieux Lyon which we missed yesterday and had a set french lunch. Must say I am not a big fan of the different kind of weird French ...
... Jean-Claude, Michelle, and her sister Anais and we learned and laughed until 1:00 am. They were very gracious hosts and we truly appreciate the experience that we were gifted. Until later love to all Dad 2nd entry---this was our day prior to the previous comments We left Paris early in the morning and took the TGV train to Lyon. This train was much faster then the train from London to Paris and was above ground more as well so we could see the country side Asa ...