B&B Lyon Venissieux
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... put it in there the night before. We were still unsure if this would fix the problem as we had left the key inside the door. Anyway, the boys went back and the disaster was averted. I phoned Christine again and fortunately she just laughed at us.
Finally sorted, we visited the Cathedral . It is quite beautiful, with some lovely stained glass. I lit a couple of candles and sat in the peaceful space. As we were walking down the street we saw a sign for an ancient garden. ...
... Loire valley this week, the girls finished up some homework, and we had dinner – Estelle made Abby’s favourites - a Lyonnaise cannelloni-like dish with tomato sauce, and mousse cups for dessert. It was neat that they had made a meal just for Abby - it showed how well they knew her from when she stayed with them last year. Tomorrow we’re on our own in Lyon since Marc has to head back to Paris for work and Estelle will be at work as well.
... We saw and learnt some of the history of the structures built in the 14th and 15th centuries!! We got to see and walk through some of the "Traboules": these 'streets' exist only in Lyon and first appeared in the 4th century. They are basically an architecturally stunning maze of passageways and corridors passing between or through buildings from one street to another. They were used by silk merchants who transported their silk ...
... watch the race pass through, then follow if from there into Lyon.
Early on we realized it was going to be a long day and, whilst cool following the valley out of Vichy, likely to be hot when we started to climb.
The first stop was a little village to re-group and stretch the legs. Big Chateau, monuments to Francois Riboulet, a member of the French Rsistance who died in a Nazi Prison camp (and presumably a village local) - and the obligatory puncture.
Then it was ...