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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... contemporary art museum. 20 speakers playing 20 different things; rubbish on the floor; a telephone help line that will never help you, all with helpful explanations that you need a Sociology PhD to understand.
- also general groovy-man backpacker hanging out and wandering around. How do I even write this - "kid appropriate" BDSM place...have been tainted by association because someone didn't want to be rude about staring into a certain shop window...That'll do.
... on an afternoon cruise up the Saône River which nearly put us all to sleep. The majority of the commentary was in French and the English bit was spoken with such a heavy French accent that we couldn't hardly understand it anyway!
Finished the day off heading back into town for a nice pizza and pasta meal at an Italian themed restaurant.
Another sunny day in Lyon, but it is windy and a bit cooler, we had an early start to do some laundry ...
... here and it was a 4-door diesel wrangler. I haven't seen one pick up truck yet here either. Also, on Sunday, Steve Schwartz pointed out to me that the large cargo (like MAC) trucks here have a large flat front,very un-aerodynamic, which is not aerodynamic at all. Only he would notice that because it causes worse gas mileage which is not environmentally friendly. Another cultural difference is the lack of eggs. For me, that's a big deal. Back home, I eat eggs once, maybe ...
... small villages but there is not a whole lot to get excited over. The towns looks deserted and almost in ruins. If you didn't see new cars there you would think that this is a ghost town.
We have been driving through some of the wine region of France. Not as impressive as the Rhine region in Germany but maybe it will get better.
We stop in a small town to try and find some lunch. ...