Auberge de la Plaine
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge de la Plaine La Rothiere
Travel Blogs from La Rothiere
Today was a day filled with lots of traveling to reach Lyon. The first stop was at La Fontainebleau, where a stunning chateau of Napolean was the site of the day. After a delicious cuppachino at a French bistro, the journey continued. After another 2 hours journey we reach Chateau De Cruix in the Boujelais Wine Region. The scenic hills of the vineyards surrounded us as we were given the opportunity to taste some of the award winning wine along with some ...
The first stage was a short time trial through the streets of Lyon, so we took a bus from near our campground into the heart of the city. We arrived in time to see many of the riders doing a preview ride of the course, then alternated between being tourists in the medieval part of the city and watching individual riders scream by at over 30mph. Lyon lived up to its reputation as a gastronomic hub of France when we had one of our best meals of our travels al ...
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 ...
Lovely day for walking. Felt really quite easy going. Couple of rests. Usual lunch of banana/mars bars. (What did pilgrims eat before such things were available?). Spent some time walking on the old roman road as used by Sigeric the Serious c AD 990 (he is credited with writing the first guide book for the route). Road been used for well over 1000 years and still no service stations. Speaking of which I am not sure if I had ...
... but turn out to be of no consequence once I'm inside. Free entry is great, as is the free audio-guide. The museum was apparently done by a well-known (forgot who) architect, and does indeed provide a great display space for the artifacts while being practically invisible from the outside. The French have taken much better care of their ancient history than the Greeks and Italians generally seem to have, with orders being passed in Lyon that all sites should ...