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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, ...
... looked exactly like an artist's impression of colours running in the rain. People-watching on the street was the perfect place to contemplate our decision, and we compared all the different models and styles of umbrellas, "diamond" studded sandals, impossibly high stilettos, gorgeous LBDs (little black dresses) with slits all down the back, and other high points of Lyonnais fashion, as we supped.
We'd spent the morning ...
... up). It was a beautiful building, with a mix of turquoise and gold. We also got a great view of the city. From the church we walked to the Roman ruins a. Lyon was a major fortreas during the Roman Empire, and the ruins were an amphitheater and reminants of old streets and bholdings. That night we made pancakes for dinner with Jess' roommates, celebratimg her last night in Lyon. It was a great way to end our trip to Lyon, by eating even more good ...
... our boarding passes we all squished like sardines into a bus to take us to the plane. It was not the most secure ride as there were not that many seats and not a lot to hold onto. When I was in Asia I enjoyed being able to actually walk outside to walk up a set of stairs to go to the plane (I'm not sure why I enjoy it so much, but it makes me feel important that I can walk onto a plane like celebrities do). When we initially lined up to walk onto the ...
... rock, and a statue of "The Good German" in a niche in the cliff side. We also saw this tromp l'oiell on the side of a building that I remember reading about that looks like it's actually part of the building but includes famous people on the balconies.
We had dinner at a place called Le Bouchon des Filles that was recommended in The Lonely Planet guide. For me this was the best meal I've had on our whole trip. It was a four-course set menu ...