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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... needs site seeing right?! We arrived at the pub, a tiny little place in a side alley in some random street in Lyon, metal is blaring and drinks are about to start flowing, this place is amazing! We started downing pints haaaaard! We had like 3 in our first hour there and that's when we were offered free shot, a jd shot and a jäger shot, things were getting wild. Talking **** about how we would ...
... Tonight Nicole and I made crepes before going out to a jazz club (where the music was good, but the bartender messed up my order). It was a short night out and we made it home by 2:30 after eating a Kebab. Side note: I love the weekend night busses
I cannot believe I've only been in France for half a month already! I've experienced a lot and I am looking forward to what these next months hold.
Today I ...
... ridden in the Tour de France. He was delighted to be on climbs that he's dreamed of doing for many years. On the other hand, his legs -- which had not pedaled a lot since his hip replacement surgery in November -- were not quite as happy. Everyone managed to make it to the summit of the climbs, however, though perhaps not in the time that Dan had quite hoped for.
We went back to see another start (in Grenoble) and finish (in Poisy) of a stage. One of the highlights ...
... that they might have been laid yesterday.
They have apparently been sourced back to several different Mediterranean countries, making them all the more fascinating historically.
Next to this large amphitheatre, is a smaller one, called an Odéon...fancy those Romans naming it after the old concert hall in Hobart!
A day of wheels!! No punctures but on a fairly easy 56 mile trip into Lyon two entire wheels had to be changed! Firstly James' bike suffered under the enormous weight of his muscles (!!) and the spoke snapped. Tim then nearly wiped out by an enormous piece of metal wire being wrapped around his wheel! Both were lucky that it occurred on the flat bits! Stunning scenery met us on our way to Lyon. Rolling hills (slightly too rolling at points!), gorgeous countryside and stunning ...