Campanile Lyon Isle d'Abeau
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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, ...
... this sobering day, we again worked our way over to the old town to browse a bit and have another wonderful meal at a typical old town buchon, then a metro ride back across town to our hotel. Sunday morning we arose early, had breakfast and rode the RhoneExpress train the 30 minute ride to the airport where we picked up our Peugeot Partner "buy-back" auto and headed for Geneva airport. The 2 hours drive was a snap and cousin Dawn, who had been ...
We had mixed feelings leaveing Switzerland after such a regenerating stay in Lauterbrunnen, - however French wines and pasteries were calling!
Driving all the way to Provence in one day had seemed a bit much, so we had picked an apparently pretty village around half way and hoped for the best!
It was a pleasant drive from Switzerland to France, past several Swiss lakes and a lovely view to Mont Blanc as we entered France.
Perouges (just ...
... bridge high above the Sa˘ne to save time ... not a great sensation, I found. Hit the Gare Perrache and the Geneva train after booking our seats for next Sunday to Toulouse. The Geneva train was rapid with few stops, weaving its way into forested valleys with rocky peaks. We had a compartment to ourselves, so we chatted and dreamed at will. Two and a bit hours.
Later we arrived at Geneva ... exactly on time, to stand in ...
... back up, returning to fruit and veg, only to be confronted with the French language and a computer. James being James, found a lovely lady who very efficiently weighed and labelled all his items for him. Despite James thinking he speaks French (well every language actually, consisting of English with an accent from whichever country he is in), he is not nearly so fluent in reading French, so the help received was very much appreciated.
Meanwhile, back at the Villa, ...