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... our room and Jake is passed out in our doorway. Soooooo we made him look like Harry Potter to have a laugh after the **** night we have had muahahahah. We drag him into the hall way and let him fall asleep there. Me and Kate have just gone to bed and if our room mates come back well that's not our problem!! Other than the two drunkos that can't handle themselves it was a hilarious ...
... crackers. It has been an astonishing 35 degrees! Finally we reached Lyon, supposedly the gastronomy capital of the world. We were all excited to try some typical French delicacies such as frogs legs and croque Monsieur however majority of bistros close at lunch and do not make dinner. After wondering around for awhile seeing some sites with the other South Africans and soaking our feet in a fountain due to the pressures from walking around so much, ...
... whole thing.
When we were done with the Port trip we were on our way to lunch.
I once again feel asleep on the bus as we traveled to the restuarant for lunch. When we got to the resturant I was so excited to eat!
We sat outide in a glass room, which was heated. I was raining so I was glad we were covered. The town that we ate lunch in reminded me of a beach town but it a French version. The resturant had almost a Mexican feel about it but the food was ...
... Luckily our practice run of a few days ago helped, and we printed out the other two tickets in record time before zipping down the escalator under the tracks, and up again to our platform. The TGV was already there, so straight on, dumped the bags, and into our upstairs allocated seats.
The railway line leaving Nice is not a high speed line, so while the train was a TGV, it meandered its way along to Marseille via Antibes, Canne, and Toulon. Quite ...
... fashion, with more depictions of French history in relation to religion and catholicism. The front of the church was beautiful as well...the alter was huge with a large statue of Jesus on the cross at the front, and you could see the pipes of an organ on the sides. It's very hard to do this cathedral justice by an explanation, but I can easily say that it is my favorite cathedral, and I would love to go to mass there someday.
Outside the cathedral, we were able ...