Aux Relais Bleus
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... crackers. It has been an astonishing 35 degrees! Finally we reached Lyon, supposedly the gastronomy capital of the world. We were all excited to try some typical French delicacies such as frogs legs and croque Monsieur however majority of bistros close at lunch and do not make dinner. After wondering around for awhile seeing some sites with the other South Africans and soaking our feet in a fountain due to the pressures from walking around so much, ...
... one of the old town's many cafes. We finished in time to see the top contenders roar toward the finish, including Alberto Contador and Chris Froome, the latter who won to take the first yellow jersey.
The next day we headed to the little town of Tarare to see the start of the stage. Pro bike racing is fun in part because fans can walk among the teams and the riders before a race. We also saw most of the teams being introduced at the sign-in near the start line. ...
... for its wine, not that we had any interest in wine.
Chambe D'Hote in old French house recently restored.
Normal evening of two beers, two bottles of wine & a glass of local rosé, oh & a very good meal as well. We missed our Cognac as the local bar had closed when we left the restaurant.
Day 15 Condrieu to Cliousclat
68 miles 408 mtr ...
... for archaeological interest before housing or roading developments proceed. There are some interesting points about Lyon's establishment by Romans, and it's continuation to become a major trading power and central hub with much influence. Context is thus given to displays of glass and ceramic manufactured here, and to the huge written monuments celebrating elected officials or the wealthy after their death. After an interesting wander through the ...
... the buildings all painted in different colours it reflects its Italian connection.
The walking bridge crossing the river was a fairly new structure made of steel but its simple design didn't detract from the surroundings and didn't look out of place. The Palais de Justice was across the river and was famous for the trial of the man who tortured and executed the leader of the resistance. From here we also spotted what looked like the top of the Eiffel Tower, ...