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Day 23: Following our arrival in Macon the previous evening, we moored overnight to be ready for our excursion to Cluny Abbey. We travelled through rolling rural countryside, forests, hills and through a couple of rustic villages to arrive at Cluny. The town and Abbey are one, the Abbey being the centre, with its protective walls, and outside the town, also surrounded by protective walls. Only about 10% of the original abbey ...
... but I wasn’t too
excited to spend my night there.
As tough as getting into the bed was, getting out of the bed
was another trial. Luckily, Axel and Claire were already downstairs, so I
wasn’t going to embarrass myself in front of them yet another time. As I
descended down the ladder, it fell again with a loud bang! After I recovered
from my shame (seriously, it’s meant for children to do), I realized
... spicy, at times pungent, means my gut is often experiencing sensations it is unaccustomed to receiving. So interesting it keeps the mind engaged and not the usual disengaged and mindless eating in solitude in front of the tv. Très triste! It should be no more! I shall be trying leek soup and carrot salad when I am able to cook again. And absolutely avoid bechamel sauce and ...
... beautiful at first and then you are very aware of it being the next day. Aware that there is a train to catch and sleep to be had. We caught an early tram to our stop and walked up the hill to our hostel. The three and a half hours sleep was bitter sweet. We had to check out of our room by 10 which was painful. We did so, had breakfast and waited for the morning to pass until our train at lunch ...
... weavers used to live and work, so quite a few museums and things relating to that around here. Then there’s the 'presqu'ile', meaning ‘nearly island’ which is the wee bit between the two big rivers running through Lyon. This is where the main part of town is, all the flash shops, and yummy looking restaurants. Then there’s the other side of the river to all of this, which is where I live. The Uni is out this way, as is Part Dieu, ...