Kyriad Lyon Est Bron Eurexpo Le Cottage
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... 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 ...
... of Gaul under the Romans, Lyon flourished as a Renaissance trading center based on its extensive silk industry. In a country known for its fine cuisine, Lyon is also known as a gastronomic capital. Your tour features Old Lyon, once hidden behind medieval ramparts. Among other important landmarks, you'll see the Basilica of Fourviere, which towers above the city.
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... told us that they were near, and everyone stood up and mashed in front of us to get a good view. We still had a front row seat at the riders summited the climb and finished the stage, Froome just ahead of Contador.
We then took a few days off of watching the race to camp in the French Alps -- right at the bottom of the famous Alpe d'Huez climb. Dan rented a nice road bike for a couple of days and rode both Alpe d'Huez and the Galibier, another legendary mountain ...
... And of course I had a small (!) carafe of Rosé. All this for 35 Euro which I think is excellent. I then headed off to try my hand at finding Traboules myself. I wasn't that successful even though I had a map! The only ones that I found the doors were already open so I knew they were there. It was then back to my hotel to have a nap and then tackle my packing. My sink is still blocked which I am not very happy about but as it was my fault maybe it is ...
... coach to pass. Gerry was first off the coach with several other men following, what ensued was rather hilarious with the guys trying unsuccessfully to move the car. Eventually the owner of the car came out of his house with his keys and moved the car, why he hadn't done that when our driver and guide first knocked on his door I don't know, but I'm guessing that in time he will probably wish he did because somewhere down the track I wouldn't be surprised if ...