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... France. So, we set off in the right direction and drove for a couple of hours. We arrived at an aire in Roanne by the side of the river. On each side of us the river either had boats in or was being used for hydroelectric power so we were unable to swim in it. The boys went on a quick bikeride to explore the town while Mum and I set up the campervan. We then took a wander to try and find food for dinner and ...
... tired now so I'm walking towards the campsite. I pas a young guy who's from Ireland. I ask him if this is a normal camping and if there's place for tents. Yes he says but the owner is already gone. I say to him that that's no problem. I'll pay the owner tomorrow. Then he tells me that he thinks the camping is completely full and people still have to come. I tell him that I've got a very small tent and that it'll fit in. Then he tells me that there's ...
Day 3 Lyon
This am our guide was very sweet but her English wasn't the best. She would say:
Holly Merry for Holy Mary
Woman for Roman
Sinery for scenery
Wars for walls
Needless to say we didn’t get everything she said.
Lyon is a 2000 year old city (a UNESCO World Heritage site) known for its Basicila Fourviere (built in the 19th century) on the top of a high promontory. Nearby is a copy ...
... and the basement of the winery was endless and very dark with multiple large barrels everywhere. We tasted 3 different white wines and 6 different red wines all of which were delicious including one type of champagne that was a rose. We had dinner at a bistro around the corner from Le Sud. I tried a beer that was 1664 brand, and had salmon, salad, fries and a dessert that was a cream puff sandwich with ice cream in the middle that was smothered in Nutella. ...
... ll embark on an included tour to explore the beautiful Beaujolais region north of Lyon, home to 13 French wine appellations. You’ll see historic highlights including the Pierres Dorees—villages built of golden stone—and the 11th-century church of St. Matthews. Then you’ll meet a local vintner and taste a sampling ...