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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, ...
... many locks, Still amazes me how they get these large vessels into such tight locks.
Our next stop of Tournon is a small town of 11,000 people just before the . start of the Ardeche area. It is well known for the Hermitage wines.
Our trip today was on the Ardeche Scenic steam train (Vivarais ) a historic engine and carriages which winds ...
... outstanding views of the city. A woman in a tour group outside the Basilica muttered "I think Paris is better", but I suspect her croissant intolerance was acting up, as we've been having a ball in Lyon. Next to the Basilica is a large Roman amphitheatre that we explored on the way down the hill. While there is an adjacent museum, after all the Roman learning of Arles we opted to just wander the ...
... nice. Look out Lyon, here we come, we're getting closer. Ventured on lots of different roads with different speeds. They go 50 in the towns (30 over speed humps), 70 as you approach a town, 90 or 110 on major roads and 130 on the super highways. Well that's what I've figured it to be, certainly not many speed signs like in Australia. Everywhere we've been driving so far, they have beware of deer signs instead of kangaroos. The fields are so lush and green, very ...
... am flight. We are in a pleasant campground in St. Genis-Laval, a southwestern suburb of Lyon as of noon today, Sunday. It's raining now, but we're snug in the tent. Tomorrow we will take bus, train and tram the 15 miles to the airport, rent a car, talk to the airline (they have warned me by email that there is room for only one of the bikes) and try to get some bike boxes from Air France, a longshot because we are not flying Air ...