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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... a long field, but I kept the faith and was rewarded with pavement at the other end - and even knew where I was because I had passed that way in 2013. I then followed familiar roads until I could no longer reconcile the directions with what I saw, so I played a hunch (which proved to be correct) and armed with knowledge gleaned last year, just followed the tram tracks right to the hotel. Easy peasy. Now all I need is sleep (and plenty of it). ...
... Lyon is famous for.
More walking and saw some old Roman ruins , an amphitheatre.
Highlight of the day was the dinner at a charming little Bouchon (Typical French local cuisine) in the old city.Cobbled streets and many eating places.
So for 15 euros a piece we had a fantastic 3 course dinner with lots of choices.
I had onion soup and fresh bread and croutons and cheese, main was fish in ...
... escapes me) and a couple of glasses of the local plonk, and it was very enjoyable, and quite cheap....about E45, so that will basically be our main meal for the day. We continued just strolling down the quaint little cobbled alleys and streets and marvelling at the people (lots of them) the shops, the amazing clothes, the fashions, and st hundreds of restaurants, all of them looking very appealing. Great place - I really like it. We crossed the main river here ...
... left the bags in Car 5 and returned for them at the end of the two hour trip. :)
The trip south from Paris was lovely. We raced along at speeds up to 200 mph through
beautiful countryside--reminiscent of King's Valley in Oregon. Long stretches of fields of white cattle or sheep, hills and valleys; small villages with ancient stone homes and churches, some with modern homes around the perimeter. The countryside from Amsterdam through Paris was in ...