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... are celebrating 20 years of togetherness as well. We had a bus tour of Paris Wednesday morning, with a nice female tour guide, Joelle. Joelle and Jean Philippe keep mentioning how irritating Japanese tourists are and how rude the Chinese tourists are; it's kind of amusing when they start sentences with, "the Chinese, they only ..." Or 'the Japanese, they take so long to decide..." ...
... why there are so many young people living there. Once again, we lived off of sandwiches and rarely ate out, except to buy goodies at Patisseries. Walking along the river at night is an activity many people there are fond of, for good reason. The bridges and major architecture are lit up splendidly, and the sky always makes ...
... isn't all pretty postcards as we passed a giant nuclear power plant and many factories. You won't find that on a tea towel, but still an important part of French industry. Lyon has a big city feel, and it took us some time working out the transit system to get to our next lovely apartment. We were greeted by Stephan, a very enthusiastic guy who clearly loves Lyon and gave us lots of good suggestions to visit. So off we went for a walk to ...
Day 14 Masseux to Condrieu
43 miles 143 mtrs climbed
Day started by following the Saone through Lyon, with a stop at the market to buy lunch & a coffee in the Place Bellecourt. All very easy with plenty of bike lanes etc.
Picked up a voie verte at Givors with the help of two French ladies who were travelling in the same direction. This took us all the way to ...
... des Celestons where they had a periscope looking down into the up and down ramp of the car park underneath. It was sort of like a kaleidoscope and very funky.
We wandered down through the streets towards the River Saone, the other river which splits the old section of the city from the new. Both sides of the river area are UNESCO recognised and are protected against development. Unlike many other areas, it has a different feel with the red terracotta roofs ...