Park & Suites Confort Lyon Vaise
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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, ...
... foodies heaven! We decide we need a drink - pull up a stool and sample local beer and wine as well as local cheeses and gourmand smoked meats. Guy makes a few purchases and we decide to walk back as it doesn't look that far on the map. Wrong again! Didn't realise we were on the western side of the Rhône and we had 2 rivers to cross! Very hot and sore-footed by the time we arrived.
... a different parish St George. I was unaware of several things when I chose to go to the 10:30 mass, but I was pleasantly surprised. First it was apparently a feast day that isn't really celebrated in the United States much. "The Purification of Mary"/Candlemass. Thankfully one of the deacons was coming around before mass handing out extra pamphlets and explaining what would be happening (and I understood it). This part of the mass involved a ...
... photograph them all (orienteering style).
It was also our (mostly Stephs) mission to go to every stall, at every market and check out all the amazing produce and art & crafts. It was actually lots of fun with heaps of free trials (plus there are no calories in freebies, right?)
The QV and Yarra Valley markets will get more of a workout when we get back. In fact we've started a to do list in Melbourne, like:
Try more different bars in the city...just catch ...
We started our day off this morning by preparing for our train ride to Lyon. We were packed and ready to go by 9:30. We found our station easily, and sat in front of the screens to figure out what platform our train would be coming in on. When our train finally flashed the platform number we were on our way, and one of the first people to the train. We quickly stored our luggage and got a seat with a table! What more could we ask for... then a Greek God ...