Hotel Crowne Plaza Lyon - Cité Internationale
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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, ...
... to Lyon departing 6.25am.
Getting to the airport was good (although apparently backpacks are classed as fragile luggage due to the straps) anyway I made it through security just in time as shortly later there was an announcement apologising for the delay caused by system issues with baggage check in. That did cause some minor delays to our departure but it wasn't long before we were taxiing got the runway. Flight was ...
... It is a museum devoted to the study of humanity. How humans in various societies view death, religion, different cultures but it also had inventions and quite a good selection of animals, birds etc. a bit of a mish mash but I enjoyed looking at it and the building itself was beautiful.
Noticed the camera battery was flashing...great what a time for that to happen....decided nothing to do but head home, have lunch, put on some more clothes and ...
... there by a fenicular - Caleb's first ever. There was a prayer written in some 20+ languages and Caleb got 95% of the counties right by identifying the counties flag - I would have gotten maybe 70% right. An ode to watching the World Cup. We had dinner again in old Lyon at around 6PM as we needed to catch a train for 8:30pm. There were a couple of young fellows singing and playing guitar in the square - our ...
... s wedding which was starting at 11am, and they are seated at the back of the plane, so could everyone else please remain seated when the plane stops at the gate to let them off first(!).
Luggage pick-up was routine and we walked out of the airport. Dave, Linda, Mark and Barry assembled their bikes right there. Dave and Linda had a plan to cycle to Pérouges, the medieval town that we visited on the first morning of our first day on ...