Kyriad Lyon Saint-Genis Laval
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... is a truly beautiful area with many little towns along rivers each having it's own chateau. The countryside was changing it's colours for the Autumn, yet we were lucky to have perfect sunny days the whole week. It was like 'proper' holidays with Stew not working and wine/beers/Tina cheese platters every evening while the kids played together or had screen time. Some of the highlights of the week included visiting the Jardins de ...
... dollar. Nope... all the ancient buildings are lived in, all the churches are open and free to visit, the riverfronts are open to all to enjoy... it's actually a challenge to find a postcard! There is no room to be a tourist in Lyon. One is immediately embraced and pulled along into the Lyonnais good life as if to say "What's a tourist? Living well is normal here." Love ...
... is an ideal race to watch since the crowds are much smaller than at the Tour, but most of the big riders are there.
After the start, we jumped in the car to get to the day's summit finish. Our Google directions served us well, and we managed to drive up the back side of the col and find a parking spot at the top. We staked out a spot above the road about 150 meters from the finish, and sat there munching our lunch among the other race fans. The helicopter above ...
Day 14 Masseux to Condrieu
43 miles 143 mtrs climbed
Day started by following the Saone through Lyon, with a stop at the market to buy lunch & a coffee in the Place Bellecourt. All very easy with plenty of bike lanes etc.
Picked up a voie verte at Givors with the help of two French ladies who were travelling in the same direction. This took us all the way to ...
... favourite pope (JPII). Looking back across to see some more of the beautiful castles city towards Mont Blanc.
A short walk and we went even further back in history to the Roman ruins. I am not sure what I as expecting but these were amazing. There was two theatre areas and seating then the remains of other buildings that were on the site too. In the summer they hold a series on concerts so we are going to aim to be here for those next year. We ...