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Woke up to a bfast of croissants and breads which we hardly ate but could not believe ! The parents helped us to plan our day and we set off to find a wine tasting. We were lucky to find one at midday which let us come in and try some Lovely wines We only bought two ...
... through the washing machine. The Ferme en Ferme weekend Is coming up, so we will spend time enjoying the sun here. The town of Hauterives is home to a national monument. A palace (?) built by the postman in the late 19C. Not my taste - seems to be the product of a weird mind. It appears to take inspiration from the Sagradia Familia in Barcelona. But it's a very popular attraction. We are in the foothills of the Alps. We aren't far from Grenoble and the snowy peaks look ...
Up and at em early, we're of to Pérouges a walled medieval town about 20 minutes north east of Lyon. We walked up to the train station, got a ticket in an automated machine, and had time for coffee before we boarded.....we're getting so good at this. And found a decent coffee - treasure the little things :) The train stops at Meximieux and from there we walked about 25-30 minutes up hill to Perouges, It was All Saints day today ...
... drove to our last European destination - Lyon. Thankfully Lyon was warmer than Geneva, a hell of a lot less windy. On approach to our hotel, Lyon appears to be a nice city, pretty and the centre set between two large rivers that snake their way through, the Rhone, and the Saone. The hotel was very nice, old building right near the transport hub, train, bus, metro and tram stations. After checking in and getting some friendly advice from a staff member we ...
Lyon is a large city on the edge of the French Alps. It is a historic town with many attractive squares and rambling old streets.
A settlement since Roman times the city is dominated by two rivers which pass through it meaning
the main centre is on an island.
The city was made famous during WWII due to the Butcher of Lyon who slaughtered and imprisoned
thousands of citizens before escaping to Bolivia after the war! ...