Grand Hotel de la Paix
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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, ...
... amphitheaters and a housing estate for the nobles) and the Saone river. Dense housing in the old town extends upward to five stories, quite unusual in the 14th century. It housed silk weavers until a revolution in jacquard weaving looms required rooms with more ceiling height, then the weavers moved out to taller work rooms on the peninsula between the rivers. Lyon now considers itself to be a university town. It also has the distinction ...
... just over €130, more than my Guess handbag:-( The roadways however are fantastic and I could say the scenery was well worth the money but.............nah probably not really. At least diesel is cheaper in France.
So we are bunking down tonight in Lyon then heading out tomorrow morning for Touquin which is just outside of Paris near Versailles to catch up with our lovely friends Jon and Noush and spend some time in Paris, ...
We had a layover in Frankfurt airport for a couple of hours. After a long trek to our gate, Nikki and I found a quiet corner to sit and get on our computers. Frankfort airport was really nice, but enormous. We had to get on a bus to get to the airplane. Luckily this flight was not full so I had an empty seat next to me. I slept the entire flight.
We arrived in Lyon around 2 and met with the tour guide, ...
Like I said before, we’re “pack ‘er all in there” travelers,
(or we were this trip) so naturally, instead of having a fairly long train ride
all the way back to Rochefort, from Monaco, we decided to break it up a bit by
going to Lyon…..and then we still had a fairly long train ride back to
Rochefort, but hey, we got to see another city and am I ever glad we got to see
Lyon, because it was a nice one!
First of all, I have ...