Hotel Ibis Lyon Bron Eurexpo
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... did not get to Lyon until 6.30 when it was incredibly dark but it did start snowing. We had a quick freshen up at the restaurant before we made our way into town to get dinner and try some fine French cuisine! We kind of had our own freedom to go wherever we wanted for dinner and we found a nice restaurant with an English menu and were quite happy to settle there. The food was some of the best I have had. I had pork pate for entree, beef with red wine ...
... went to take a ballet class. The ballet class wasn't well structured as it was mixed levels but my body needed it anyway. I also found out I can't take the classes through the University anymore because my schedule doesn't allow it, so I'll have to find other classes to take.
I rented my ski gear for Saturday today (which is a real pain to lug up lots of stairs) and had afternoon classes. But after class, and getting my ...
... Then, like most buildings in France, it was ransacked during the French revolution, then used as a prison, then a barracks, until finally it was restored as a monument.
From Avignon, we went to Tarascon where we spent our last 2 nights of the cruise. On our last day (3 Oct) we went to Arles, another UNESCO World Heritage site. It has a very well -preserved Roman Arena, built in 90AD, which could seat up to ...
... 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 ...
... we thought it would be such a missed opportunity if we passed by Paris without making the effort. We had previously been told (very recently by the French family in our street) that driving in Paris was hazardous and to avoid it at all costs. Well, obviously they had never met James and I, who after being told 'no' or ‘never’ find the task all the more exciting. Despite driving on the opposite side of the road and giving way to the left (what the????), we drove ...