Residence des Saules
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hill,” I mean I took the most terrifying tram ride of my life. This thing looked like they hadn’t replaced anything since they built it in the 1800’s (I’m assuming the date based on the equipment).
Anyway, I went to the Roman-Gallo Museum which was kind of a letdown actually. I mean, it was neat in that all the stuff had been taken from where the museum stood and from throughout Lyon but you can only look at some many pillars with Roman ...
... 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 ...
... get wet when it rains -
spent next day with a tube of silicon repairing the windows and any leaks I could find -have to wait until it rains again to see how successful the repairs were.
Went to the markets on Tuesday -lots of stalls, lots of interesting food -wild game, unusual pastries, divine puddings, along with the usual trash and treasure. Vendors calling out, people at a slow pace, crowded ...
... of the roadside rest areas only had 'squat' toilets which the girls refused to go in - I'm sure they'll get used to them.
We eventually got to Lyon at 1730ish, with no problems, apart from intermittent slow traffic due to roadworks. We both enjoyed driving at 130km/hr and adapted pretty quickly.
We had a great night with the Penetitos - just lovely to meet up ...
The past day and a half has been quite eventful and we have covered a lot of ground. We left paris at 4:53pm and arrived into the Dijon-ville station at 630pm. After finally finding our hotel,which was a very cute 3 story building, we set out to see what Dijon could offer us, other than mustard of course! The town itself was very old and most of the houses looked to have not been refurbished throughout the past 50 or so years. The downtown part of Dijon consisted of ...