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Travel Blogs from La Rothiere
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 ...
... outstanding views of the city. A woman in a tour group outside the Basilica muttered "I think Paris is better", but I suspect her croissant intolerance was acting up, as we've been having a ball in Lyon. Next to the Basilica is a large Roman amphitheatre that we explored on the way down the hill. While there is an adjacent museum, after all the Roman learning of Arles we opted to just wander the ...
... old looking waiters. - Pizza is a staple here and it can be found everywhere. It makes 8 year olds happy, except when it is covered in goats cheese. - Packaged tortellini tastes the same in France and Canada. - Restaurants and many stores take a random approach to opening hours, with the hours and days more a reflection of the owner's whims than customer ...
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 ...
... was good! Subway was the choice for lunch (mostly to soak up the excesses of the night before)! We met up with our hosts and after a ticket faff boarded the worlds steepest metro! Quite a weird feeling if you're sat backwards! After disembarking we then viewed the vastness of Lyon in its glory and then descended down many narrow steps. They were quite eery but conveyed the grungy charm that makes Lyon ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed