Formule 1 Lyon Isle d'Abeau ouest St Exupery
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The ship arrived in Lyon after lunch; we boarded a bus and toured around with a stop at one of the last family-owned silk scarf manufacturers. That was really impressive, and I don't even go for silk scarves! They use ~20-40 'screens' per design, they mix the paint with arabic gum so it's thick enough to stick to the silk but still thin enough to spread. They staple the silk to the workbench, which is long enough for, um, 6-8 scarves to be ...
... bring more than their fair share of bridges and what conjures up the romantic image of France better than a bridge? (ok, lots of things) Anyway... as Lyon's history unfolds so does its architecture. From ancient silk factories and roman ruins, and the medieval and renaissance buildings of the old city to the baroque and neoclassical buildings of the presqu'ile, to the ...
... day was meeting and having drinks with the proud parents of one of the Americans in the race, Alex Howe. The Howe family is from Colorado, where they live a few blocks from Dan's brother's family, and Star Howe teaches kindergarden at the elementary school Dan attended 40 years ago. Another fun small world moment.
We completed our pro race spectating with excellent seats for the exciting summit finish of Stage 7 -- the comfortable bed of our hotel room in Luxembourg City. ...
58 miles, 467 metres climbed
Excellent breakfast, but had to contend with a party of hungry Germans who clearly hadn't eaten for days. Fight almost broke between Kath and German lady over the egg timer!
Back onto the voie verte, passing through the 1.5 km tunnel at du Bois Clair, which is closed in winter for bats to hibernate. As we crossed the Saone we completed 500 miles, all still in pretty ...
... out me off puppets for life.
By now it was time for a quick lunch, our host showed us a little Cafe in the Musee Gadagne. it is hidden away and during summer would be beautiful with lovely rooftop gardens with tables, for us it was a table with a view over the gardens while we enjoyed a bowl of vegetable soup ( it was the biggest bowl I have ever had and couldn't finish it) crusty french bread ( of course) and salad. Our host enjoyed coffee with a ...