Hotel les Alpages
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... 8217;t know was that she had disguised herself and snuck in to see him but because he had taken vows, she didn’t tell him. The painting is of him digging his grave while she looks on. I’m sure there is more to this story that I don’t understand cuz logically it doesn’t make a lot of sense but then again, neither does Romeo and Juliet if you really look at it.
From there, I went up the hill to visit the final three stops. When I say, “went ...
... pro vision of the Col Sarenne more) . We have been running a tipping competition for the tour on different stages and categories. The winner is to be King/Queen for a day. Jude already had a great lead but has cemented her position and will reign tomorrow.
We sent the boys off to find supplies but not much is open on a Sunday.
Lyon seems to be a beautiful city. The area we are in is very old and reminds me of Italy, with the old cobbled streets and ...
... overrated, but still, it's an experience that you shouldn't miss. Norte dame is probably the most intricately built buildings I've ever seen. I love it. Every detail seems to have been given enormous consideration and attention. Brilliant. For my birthday, we had dinner on an island in a big park on the west side of the city. We had to get a boat over to the restaurant and the food was brilliant. Which brings me to the food. Holy ****! The French know how to ...
... google images searches that inspired the entire visit to this area. As we wind our way from Mende towards Le Puy we can tell which sections have been used for the tour by the quality of the road. Le Puy stands out with its cathedral and statue mounted high above the city. The weather isn't that great but the centre is full of tourists and locals as its the start of the week of re-enactments so lots of people walking around in period costume. The cathedral is full of ...
... on the N89, no idea what its called. Then we pick up the course by spotting the yellow arrows, and we follow them into Lyon, the secuirty people are putting up the bales, and blocking side roads etc and we don't see any campers, no parking on the side of the road, so we get to 15kms to go barrier and see a market and think this will do, we circle the block and find an entire carpark with ************e in it, so thats it for ...