Travel Blogs from Grenoble
... one of my interests fully and having the opportunity to real be an expert in French.
Anyways, feel free to follow along! If you speak some french or no french at all and want to learn, I'll also post words I've never heard before and you can learn too!
Additionally, as I begin to learn them, I'll post bible verses in French too!
Interesting observations so far:
There are lots of long distance coach buses ...
... inside the floor is sloping, if it was a hill you could walk along it just fine but because you brain sees a normal corridor you can't make your legs do the walking on a slope thing. It was just like being drunk, I was literally bouncing of the walls. There was a few others in there as well, just like being on a fairground...but cheaper!!!
So I'm now in France, this will be my last country on this trip unless I hit Belgium to visit a mate.
... croissants in an upmarket cafe. They didnt want us in there did they. We pay our bill, smile and say Merci, remember Agincourt.
We then hop aboard the TGV bound for MIlan. It's big, comfy and not too full. It's going to be a 7 hour trip.
As we leave the station, the Grand Station's rear end has been blighted by yet more graffiti.
It's as if the ...
... decent speed!
That evening we Skyped my Mum as it was her birthday and had a nice long catch up before heading out to a restaurant for dinner...Le Comptier. The food was delicious. I had 'black pig' which just melted in the mouth whilst the others all had steak. All the desserts were just as fantastic as was the service we received.
Talked to Jena this morning She said Zaid got interview. Really pleased. Went to Place des Oranges to get breakfast. Loud teenagers. Had coffee and cocoanut cake. Paid and left hotel. Trouble getting out of car park. Drove up to Grenoble via Diane les baines and Gap Got lost in Grasse centre 1000000corners. Alpine scenery. ...