Hotel 1ere Etape
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... The boulangerie she wanted to visit was closed for renovations, so she found one in Rue Saint Jean. We had praline brioche and praline tart, which were both quite delicious, particularly the brioche. We walked around the neighbourhood and learnt a few facts and got to go through a couple of beautiful traboules.
Back over the Saone again and through the shopping district where we caught a bus to the Paul Bucose markets. The markets were not what I was expecting. They are housed in ...
... we spent on them, it wasn't cheap. €20 - €30 for each long stretch of the motorway you did! It's a double ended sword, do you take country roads which will take longer but be cheaper? Or do you take the motorway and pay these extortionate prices?
The roads leading to the campsite were absolutely indescribable, they were literally something out of a movie, somewhere Top Gear would drive a Mustang. They were so picturesque. I made ...
... quite as fast. After the riders were done we went and got bikes out of the hire and headed back to the van where milky is now cooking some chicken stir fry. I'm sitting here feeling ******. I have a headache, aching arms, sore back and a bit of a sore throat. It's definitely from poor sleeping patterns and probably ****** diet as well. The van gets so hot and disgusting at night ...
... calories and not consuming them. With another 6km of walking clocked up we decided to have lunch, and the cooler weather called for something more hearty than a baguette. We passed a reasonably priced noodle box place, and thus began our experience of the worst cuisine in Lyon. In fairness to the French, this was not French food. And in fairness to the Chinese, Indonesians and Malaysians, this was not representative of any of their cuisines ...