La Grange St Nicolas
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... entire length. The street is pedestrian but the residents can move and many cars are parked. Houses of the 15th
century with decorated mullioned windows with fantastic animals and
grotesques are still visible" It is also in a World Heritage area.
Looking out from our terrace, the view is spectacular. The spire of a church is lit up and looking glorious.
kms walked - 6
toll 10.40 ...
... city itself, I had a few of my own adventures in Lyon. The most notable was leaving the only key to the apartment in the apartment after I left the apartment. The after hours lock smith was not cheap. And I don't like him. He is an *******. But he did open the door. That major fail was closely followed by falling off a scooter in front of a primary school on my first day of being 22. I felt very juvenile picking gravel out of my grazed hands. I also found ...
... within a residential style hotel. W had only booked this mornings which has aid off because when we book in they tell us they are out of the room type we booked and upgrade us to an executive suite on the front of the building, looking out over the river and oldest sections of the city. With some basic instructions we head a couple of blocks to find somewhere to eat. The blocks are really small here and so it doesn't take long to be in the middle of it all. We make ...
... up the hill. Some of the roads they have to ride thru may cause concern as they are so narrow, and the bunch will have to thin right down to get past. So who will win today, some are saying Sagan. Later today another big drive as we want to go up Mont Ventoux and thats 260km's from here, if we don't drive all the way today we won't get up there tomorrow as they might close the road tonight.So thats it from me in Lyon bon apres' midi