As you may know, I traveled quite often during my short time living in France. Around this time last year was when I did a lot of research on what transportation to use and how to get to the places I wanted to go. I learned a lot along the way and I wanted to share what I used to get around and hopefully help anyone who will be traveling Europe in the near future!
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We took a 6 hr bus ride from Lyon to Nice. There was a few stops and an hour lunch break in… I’m not sure where we were. The view was great and the weather was even better! The bus wasn’t full so I got a row to myself.
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It was another long day. The bus leaves at 6:42 a.m and our hotel is about a 10-minutee walk from the bus stop. We left the hotel around 6:30 a.m because Jon thought it was 6:50 a.m so he was taking his time. Before leaving he said we should bring our passports and I was like “Okay, but I don’t think we will need it” because they literally never check.
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My foot was still hurting really bad when I left for Lyon. My apartment is 32 minutes walk to the bus stop so I walk/ran/limp to the bus 2 minutes before it pulled up. We departed at 5 a.m. I used Flixbus for the first time, it was a double deck bus and I sat by the bathroom that smelt soooooo bad. Thinking about it makes me gag.
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