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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, ...
VIENNE, JUNE 1
After lunch on board we took a walking tour of the old Gallo-Roman city of Vienne. We walked along the Rhone seeing old chateaux and turned inland to visit the old Cathedral now decommissioned to a parish church since Vienne is now a bedroom community of 35,000 and no longer a thriving metropolis as it was in the Middle Ages. ...
... and have to carry it up a narrow spiral staircase). We saw one couple on a scooter with a huge tree - they tried all kinds of different ways of holding the tree (at one point the end of the tree poked the driver in the eye and he seemed to be saying/arguing that they should take it back and get a smaller tree). Eventually they settled on travelling with the tree across the lap of the pillion passenger - taking up most of the road. It was very ...
... Leicester Place. I am not sure if this particular blog will allow me to continue after the the 6th the day I am scheduled to arrive in Sydney and the day the journey officially ends.
In the meantime peruse the attached photos linked to the above narrative at your leisure.Hoping for one more blog but just in case it fails please a accept my gratitude for your interest in and thoughtful expressions of support over the past three months.Love and prayersJim
... was very sad to leave because we had really gotten to like our professors.
Our last day in Lyon was Friday. I went shopping by myself in the morning and then all the students met up for one last lunch together. Of course, everyone was late and because my cell phone plan stopped working, I nearly had a heart attack trying to figure out where everyone was. I have never valued the ability to call someone more than I did in that moment when I was ...