Ibis Lyon Villefranche Sur Saone
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... this was that I actually got to walk through them to another room. It was one of those moments when it kinda hit me that I was walking through something over two thousand years old and used to be in a totally different world.
Remember those intricately carved cylinders that I took a picture of a couple days back in one of those cities in one of those museums. Yeah, those ones. Well today I put two and two together and realized that they were used to seal documents. It ...
... de grenouille as well, but they are not on the menu. In any case the waiter doesn't bat an eyelid, and speaks to us in perfect English, having lived for six years in London. To save time we ask for all three dishes to come out at the same time. The beef is a slightly different style from the one I had the other day; it is still raw of course, but has the egg and condiments already mixed in plus, I suspect, a spot of hot pepper sauce. The meat itself is ...
... for a great distance. Montelimar is nearby....a pretty area with Cypress and deciduous trees, houses with red tile roofs and warm yellow beige stone walls. There is a large stone quarry on the other side of the valley as well. Just passed theming for the Chateau Grignan which was mentioned yesterday by Madame as worth a visit. We are continuing to drive to check out the olive orchards..just passes the sign for Viries and the Gorge de l'Ardeche. Now we are of the ...
... parking our bikes, we hired a paddler. It was fun, rather slow going and hot in the sun, but pleasant nonetheless. After half an hour of paddling we sat at the lakeside cafe and ate a nice simple lunch. Our check out had been extended to 4pm after we discovered our flight was not until 9:45pm rather than 9am, so we cycled back to the hotel and started to pack and checked out. After doing so, we jumped back in the bikes and heading into the centre, ...
... heads. One mile out, tragedy struck again: I got a flat. Generally no biggy, but I had left the tire pump at the campground and I had given my last presta adapter to a Warmshowers guest (enabling use of gas station pumps, which,frustratingly, were everywhere). This time there was no quick fix, no miracle. We had to walk back to the campground, closer to five miles than five km., as it turned out, especially with a few unproductive shortcuts. But ...