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The ship arrived in Lyon after lunch; we boarded a bus and toured around with a stop at one of the last family-owned silk scarf manufacturers. That was really impressive, and I don't even go for silk scarves! They use ~20-40 'screens' per design, they mix the paint with arabic gum so it's thick enough to stick to the silk but still thin enough to spread. They staple the silk to the workbench, which is long enough for, um, 6-8 scarves to be ...
... that flow north- south. These rivers converge at the south end of Lyon (the area is aptly called Confluence) creating three main areas: the west bank or old city, the centre between the two rivers called presqu'ile (almost island), and the east part of the city-- also the newest. The west and north are hilltops with glorious Fouviere church ever present in your sights. ...
... 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 ...
... palace or something like that. It was about 20 minutes away from the apartment and was basically this humongous over the top fountain that was built around 1850 to celebrate the introduction of running water in Marseille. The fountain itself wasn't all that interesting but the walk there certainly was. I went somewhere between 7 and 7:30 and just strolled along the sidewalk absorbing my surroundings. I saw a homeless guy eating out of trash. He was ...
... was going to be a long day, it was heating up and we were yet to do the serious climbs for the day.
So out of town (after a head count) and we put the pedal down for a while, rolling turns for a while and chewing through some kilometres.
Hit the first big climb and it wasn't too bad, just really hot which knocked a few of us around. Keeping fluids up was a challenge.
Into another little hilltop town (Saint Agathe) and saw the tour had started on a local TV, so we would ...