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Twenty nine hours after leaving Melbourne we've finally arrived feeling rather well fed but pretty tired, into Lyon, France. Our journey comprised 20 hours in the air plus a 9 hour stop over in Dubai waiting to make our connection for Lyon. Hence there's not a great deal of interesting stuff to diary at this point. After leaving the winter chills ...
We left Macon in the early hours of the morning (0430) to head down to Lyon. This cruise has changed rivers at Lyon and we are now on the Rhone river. Todays trips are a sight seeing tour of Lyon. Lyon was founded by the Romans In 1st century BC on the top of the hill by the river. It was called Lugdunum ...
We packed up in the morning ready to catch a train at 1:40. One of Bruce's friends who lives in Dijon came round to see Bruce and brought with him a friend. It turned out that the lady lived in Melbourne. Small world. We all caught the tram up to the station and had lunch at a cafe nearby until it was time for the train. I finally got round to having the andouillette again.The train ride was uneventful and we passed through interesting countryside. Lyon ...
... end and we drove on to Montreaux sadly not going up to the ski resort as Willow had promised the children. They said I might damage myself. I know that's a load of twoddle.
We drove along the shores of the lake through Montreaux and passed a castle that Ed had visited as a child on their first continental holiday. We carried on for quite a long time hoping for a cafe by the lake for lunch. It ...
Late start again today. Still waking up at around 1.00am but am going back to sleep. Breakfast was a pain-au-chocolate and a cafe au lait from a vendor in the train station. Caught the metro to Croix-Rousse (the silk making district). The train wasn't a funicular but it went up a very steep incline - quite amazing. I arrived just in time to see a demonstration of the silk weaving on a large old loom. Stopped to do a ...