Le Parc Hometel
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Traveling from Chamonix to Lake Annecy we went through some breathtaking views through the Alps. The city is quite gorgeous, a favorite Lakeside destination for French families in summer. After a walk through 'Little Venice' taking the sights of a town voted the most beautiful in France, i had a lovely lunch of the local (from Nice) Niçoise salad in a central location before taking the one hour boat trip on the lake. We saw the ...
... extra layers as the temperature dropped on the other side of the mountain. The weather also got progressively worse as the cloud descended, bringing drizzle with it.
At the bottom of the descent we started chatting to another guy on a touring bike. Dean, from Denver, had already been riding across Europe for a few weeks and he picked up the Route des Grandes Alpes the day before. I thought we would see a lot more people cycling the route, but ...
... us getting photos outside
Leaving our lovely apartment in Lyon, we said farewells to our excellent host Carole and sped off down the A47 to Chambery. We had had a terrific time in exploring the tip of the iceberg of Lyon, walking many kilometres of enchanting streets, wandering in and out of many shops, galleries museums and frequenting many of the bars, cafes and restaurants.
In the pretty city of Chambery, we met another French visitor from 18 months ago, ...
... the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourviere which overlooks Lyon from a majestic position high on the hill. There were at least one million steps to climb (I am not joking) but it was worth it. There is the most stunning view from the basilica and we spent some time inside the beautiful church. About 3pm we headed back to the station, where we had stored our luggage and to pick up ...
Another reluctant departure from Opatja but one must move on. The weather forecast was for "possible rain showers" What's new? Back on the motorways for some serious riding. The first part to Brescia,where I stayed overnight, was a 400 km run. A 400 km run? What the big deal you might say? Well, let me explain! Imagine yourself on a motorbike riding between the Gold Coast and Brisbane on a Friday ...