Kyriad Bourgoin Jallieu
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 23: Following our arrival in Macon the previous evening, we moored overnight to be ready for our excursion to Cluny Abbey. We travelled through rolling rural countryside, forests, hills and through a couple of rustic villages to arrive at Cluny. The town and Abbey are one, the Abbey being the centre, with its protective walls, and outside the town, also surrounded by protective walls. Only about 10% of the original abbey ...
After a rainy day off, we jumped back into tourist mode full force. After our morning routine of soccer in a nearby field and finding pastries, we took a tram, subway, and funicular (all one one ticket.... French infrastructure might be lacking for swimming pools, but they have the transportation thing down pat) to the top of Fourviere Hill to see the impressive and massive Norte Dame Basilica and ...
... hour. It was to Trevoux. The boat had continued down river while we were on our tour. We got back on board at 6pm. Dinner was at 7pm. A three course meal. At our table there are 8 other English speaking people (there are only 11 English speaking passengers). Two Americans, 4 English and 2 Samoans. We sit at the same table for all meals. At dinner a French reporter came and asked us if there were any NZers or ...
... quite as fast. After the riders were done we went and got bikes out of the hire and headed back to the van where milky is now cooking some chicken stir fry. I'm sitting here feeling ******. I have a headache, aching arms, sore back and a bit of a sore throat. It's definitely from poor sleeping patterns and probably ****** diet as well. The van gets so hot and disgusting at night ...
They say French women don't get fat, but Australian women in France might get fat! This is because I have had to sample so many coffees to try to find a good drop in Lyon, and with every coffee there must be a pastry, oui? The coffees we've had have been over-extracted with burnt, untextured milk piled in a small, fluffy dome of foam. We even spent a couple of days of conversion to chocolat chaud drinkers. Thankfully for my waistline, we have found Lyon's ...