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Finally the rain has stopped!
We left a very waterlogged site and headed towards Lyon and "Camping des Barolles", thankfully the rain stopped on the way here and so far has not returned in any force!
The campsite is situated about 7km from the city centre, its not a place we would recommend for a long period as its got more of a carpark feel to it rather than ...
... locals play boules, enjoying murals (watch out, Chemainus), encountering even more Roman ruins that the Tourism Board seems to have forgotten about, and hanging outside the City Hall square (Hotel de Ville) where Thomas spied a cart giving out free lemonade (providing much glee and a burst of energy for the trip back to the apartment), the day was a great mix of seeing both tourist sites and ...
... city. Lunch time and we soon found a place selling crepes. We wandered back to the Christmas market (where more stalls were open and Ed needed to check out the miniatures again. Back at the hotel we decided against walking back to the train station (it had been a long walk two nights before) and instead we got the tram to the station. Much better idea. The trip to Paris was on the TGV. We learnt about the TGV when I did French at school ...
... for a church in Markham ( yes, Ontario) - this millionaire dude who built a church there - in the 80's and had three massive bells made. The foundry nearly went bankrupt ( I found out later) as the deal was struck in dollars and the market turned - they now have insurance against this kind if thing. We got to see the casting if the bells - unbelievable! See attached video. We also got to do a wine sampling thing - a show with a variety of vineyards ...
... the old ladies on this trip! Oh and Mindy, one old lady told me she saw my post online before the trip but didn't know how to respond haha. Headed to Bourges now to see the Palaus Jacques Coeur, the Cathedral of St. Stephen and the archbishop's gardens. We sleep in Lyon tonight. Just left Bourges. I liked this town. It had cute little buildings on narrow cobblestone roads. It's just a normal town that people live in so it's ...
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