Hotel Le Baraton
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... lavender flavour, which was really delicious.
Back up the enormous cobbled street, the ice cream was worked off. How steep is our street? "The montée du Gourguillon has a length of 400 meters with a climb of 53
meters, which represents a slope of just over 7.5° on average. The
street is wholly paved and has no sidewalk from its bottom to its
intersection with the montée des Épies and has at regular intervals
(every 10 meters) small steps ...
... as Paris, but it is much calmer, and to me, far more beautiful. Benoit was my host in Lyon, and he proved himself again to be one of the most amazing people we (mum and I) know. As for Lyon, it was much more laid back with two different rivers running through the city, and lots of places to just relax. The roman theatre which overlooks the city is one of my favourite places ever. If you can just go and spend half a day reading in the grass. So brilliant. Aside ...
... of St Michael that sits up high upon a rock. We understand why chateaus and fortresses are built on such sites but a church!!!!! On to Lyon, we enter the city by following the path of the Rhone River. The Saone and Rhone rivers meet within the city of Lyon and the area inside the fork of the two rivers is a large the section of the old city and where we are staying. With lots of one way and narrow streets we wind our way up the a steep hill to our accommodation which is ...
... then head back to the camper. Kerry heads off for a bike ride, and has just got back, says he went 20ks up the road then when he wanted to come back the cops said you can't go on the road, so he snuk around and pretended not to hear and sped past them, as if he didn't follow the yellow arrows he wouldn't know where he was going. We are just near a ice hockey rink, at La Duchere and will wonder up to the 15km barrier to watch ...