Premiere Classe Lyon Est - L'Isle D'Abeau
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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, ...
... Bellecour again. It is a gigantic open area and is right in the middle of town. Issy doesn't want to walk across it because it is covered in the fine gravel that they make tennis courts out of. I think it's called en-tout-cas. She says it goes into her sandals and makes her feet hurt. We wonder what they use this gigantic area for. Maybe they use it to play tennis. There's enough room here for a lot of courts.
We walk into another square that has ...
... i.e. too narrow for attackers to get through.
We also found a wine cellar (Caveau de Saint Vincent) where we were able to sample some of the local wines and to enjoy a selection of charcuterie in a lovely vaulted underground room dating from 1798.
Fortified, we returned to our B&B just outside the old city walls, where we were joined by the owners 4 cats for a sundowner: It's a tough life being a traveller, but so far we're struggling through ...
... And after all, we were in Switzerland.
We begin the first leg ... I'll say this of all three stages: every train ran on time to the minute ... each train was smaller, the tracks down to one way, the valleys narrower, higher ... lakes, mountains, fir trees, lots of cows in lush green pastures. All the connections were easy.
Finally, two hours later, at about 5 o'clock, we arrive and there is Daniel with his ...
Up early to complete the part of Andreas's agenda we missed yesterday eg we walked up Rue Oberkampf and we went to the cemetery Pere Lachaise. Metro back in time to meet pur Check out guy. Carried or rather lugged back packs via metro to Gare de Lyon. The almost 400km were covered in 2 hours. Taxi from station to hotel; Quality Suites Confluence. Good clean new room with kitchenette and bathroom ($75). A very ...