La Tour Cocooning Gastronomie Hotel Chatillon
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Sometimes I wonder if I should do these entries the next morning when I'm not as exhausted. Then I remember that I’m usually up and out the door by 9am so that’s not so practical.
I do want to talk a little about what happened last night. Apparently, I came to this hostel on the right night because they were doing a special home cooked meal. It was incredible!! Not just the food but it’s one of the best nights I’ve had in France in general because ...
... told us that they were near, and everyone stood up and mashed in front of us to get a good view. We still had a front row seat at the riders summited the climb and finished the stage, Froome just ahead of Contador.
We then took a few days off of watching the race to camp in the French Alps -- right at the bottom of the famous Alpe d'Huez climb. Dan rented a nice road bike for a couple of days and rode both Alpe d'Huez and the Galibier, another legendary mountain ...
... lunch stuff, and Jan altered a dress she bought from Oz to better fit her. These and a couple of small things and we headed out at 11.20. Crossed the river. Correction to yesterday, the Soane, and on to Place Bellecour. Found more information about Lyon, walked to a nearer train station than we knew, arranged tomorrow's trip to tick-tock country, Switzerland, to see Daniel, and continued our sojourn, looking about without huge energy. ...
... away so it didn't take too long and wasn't too taxing, despite it being so hot again. We then headed to the train station to check our train time to Paris tomorrow and then to an open air swimming pool near the river Rhone. When we got there we were told that they were too full so were holding the entrance and we would have to wait an hour. It was more than worth it (plus we only paid €3.30 each to get in!) There was plenty of ...
... was my normal & I was her crazy & you put us together is basically a load of fun. We walked through the cobblestones. Took pictures at the church. We ate a passion fruit gelato with flavored bursting as if it’s coming out of the fruit itself. We ate an authentic French Lyon Bochon meal. Walked in the evening as the light glistens & glares through the raindrops on the cobblestone pavement. We were wet but laughing like crazy as we reminisce our childhood and ...