Ibis Lyon Villefranche Sur Saone
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... really cool and everyone was really nice in the facility.
When were done with our tour we got ready to leave BD.
When we got back on the bus I wish we were able to visit the town BD was in because it seemed really quant and cute. Traveling through this part of France was beautiful. All the mountains were so pretty to look at.
But inevitably i feel asleep again on the bus.
When I woke up we were back in Lyon.
We were heading to the CEFAM ...
... 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 ...
... plate" and was great! After lunch I headed down to the Rhone to take a cruise - part of the Lyon Card that I have purchased. There was a stampede of OAPs but I managed to get on. It was a great opportunity to see more modern examples of Lyon architecture. Headed back to the Hotel - picked up dinner on the way - at the train station as per usual but this time I actually found a stall selling vegetarian baguettes - yay ...
... Gerhard got very embarrassed that this all happened but of course us Kiwis all thought it a huge joke. Our driver has a wicked sense of humour and at one stage got out of the bus say bye as if we were never going to see him again. He was only going to find directions. What made it especially funny is that it has happened a few time on this tour but usually when trying to find a farm which is understandable as once you get ...
... 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 ...