Chateau de Pizay
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... city and it is so different within the walls. Cobblestone streets everywhere (which most European cities have but the way these were laid out were just stunning) the castle in the city square, lines of restaurants and cafes and yet we all ended up at maccas for lunch. This was more so for the ease, cost effectiveness and to get us out of the damn hurricane outside instead of walking the streets trying to find a restaurant. We then hopped back on the bus ...
... furry critter withdrawals and the cat decided my lap was a good napping spot.
I had 4 classes today (so I was at school for 8 hours). Other than that, I didn't do much other than Skype some people from home and get sleep because... well check the next post :P
I hope you enjoy reading my rambling explanations of what I've been up to, if not I hope you like the pictures(although there are fewer now that I class). Take care :)
... how many Jambon baguettes can one man eat - only option so...yum yum. The park houses a good number of animals including some monkeys who swung around for us, lion, bear, giraffe and more. I like zoos still! We freshened up and walked over to Old Lyon and found a place with a great patio and some nearby musicians playing for the crowds. We all tried some new and interesting things like duck, cheeses and quenelle. Lots of others out enjoying the night too. Full and ready for ...
... between cultures within countries, and different problems and it's pretty neat to see all of them interacting and learning about how things are in other parts of the world (Europe) and everyone has different experiences to share that can lead to really good discussions (which I will write about in a separate post).
The last thing I guess I would say about Taize is that yes, it is the place where "Taize prayer" originates ...
... calories and not consuming them. With another 6km of walking clocked up we decided to have lunch, and the cooler weather called for something more hearty than a baguette. We passed a reasonably priced noodle box place, and thus began our experience of the worst cuisine in Lyon. In fairness to the French, this was not French food. And in fairness to the Chinese, Indonesians and Malaysians, this was not representative of any of their cuisines ...