Ibis Lyon Centre Perrache
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... the tour was over we made one more stop at L'Atelier de la Soierie. This silk workshop has been in business and passed through generations since 1865, and they make all their scarfs in house, some still hand painted. Beautiful pieces...and reflected in the prices!! We finished off our days with some awesome pizza france style....super super thin crust like I've never seen! We have all our back packed and ready for morning. Will be headed for the airport by 7:30 (1:30 canada time). ...
... not, but he seems nice. He really wanted to make tagine, which is a Moroccan dish, but the store that sells hallal chicken was out, damn. So maybe tomorrow night. Really excited about it too, it sounds delicious. My sister was raving about this dish at one point, so I'm excited to have it made my a real Moroccan person. Instead we created a weird dish that was a mix of potatoes and eggs and spices and we ate it with bread. He didn't like it, I thought it was quite original ...
... to most with the entire building including steps built out of marble. Many different colours of marble and beautifully put together like a patchwork. Inside the floor and walls are an intricate work of mosaics, lead lighting, white marble statues and huge paintings. The alter was beautiful and unlike other churches you could take photos. Talking to the lady at the info centre I found out that tours in English only happened once a week and I could not do a tour ...
... we spent on them, it wasn't cheap. €20 - €30 for each long stretch of the motorway you did! It's a double ended sword, do you take country roads which will take longer but be cheaper? Or do you take the motorway and pay these extortionate prices?
The roads leading to the campsite were absolutely indescribable, they were literally something out of a movie, somewhere Top Gear would drive a Mustang. They were so picturesque. I made ...
... d'Oisans, very scenic, and further towards the road to Col d'Ornon (1371 m) where we parked the car and started our ride. Absolutely wonderful. Extremely scenic. The road wide enough. Not many cars. Overtook a few riders (and were overtaken by a few too) and felt really good. Both of us. Really, really a top ride. Came to the top where we ate the obligatory banana and continued after a short rest down on the other side. Just descended long enough to be able ...
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