Domaine de Clairefontaine
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... Elodie circled
things for us to see on our map and after supper as we were on our way back to
the hostel, Elodie had told me of this tunnel that we should go into. There is
a path for pedestrians and it is a popular place for runners because there are
lights and pictures projected onto the walls of the tunnel and they’re always
different. I made a mental note to return the next day and check it out first
We started the day off ...
... going up the funicular to the Notra Dame de Fourviere. Had to walk down the hill as the furnicular wasn’t working at the time.
Walked to the Place du Terreaux and took the Metro and tram to the Centre d’Histoire de la Resistance et de la Deportation which was interesting yet rather depressing all ...
... vine. Very interesting!
Later that day, we sailed into Avignon famous for its bridge ("Sur le Pont D’Avignon"!) and as the home of the Popes in the 14th century. As part of the tour, we had dinner in the Papal Palace whilst entertained by a 4-piece string quartet. It was a great night! Next day, we went back to the Papal Palace for a longer tour. It’s an amazing place – huge and, in its day, ...
... 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 ...
... am flight. We are in a pleasant campground in St. Genis-Laval, a southwestern suburb of Lyon as of noon today, Sunday. It's raining now, but we're snug in the tent. Tomorrow we will take bus, train and tram the 15 miles to the airport, rent a car, talk to the airline (they have warned me by email that there is room for only one of the bikes) and try to get some bike boxes from Air France, a longshot because we are not flying Air ...