Radisson Blu Hotel, Lyon
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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, ...
... Sancerre, following the Loire River for the first third of our ride. As we descended out of Sancerre we came across a market that was just getting started. I took a few pictures of food (you know, we don’t any in my country). The fruit and vegetables we ate on our trip were always fresh, always full of flavor. The French buy locally, their food is ripe and ready to go when they purchase it. At the market, I was surprised to ...
... at some random metal pub, fun times as always!
Post Lyon Note: The metal pub was the most fun place, so much awesome music, such a messy night, turns out that dude i wanted to fight because he kept staring at me was a nice guy ha. Lyon was cool tough, was only their for a short time, but definitely would visit again, alot lest touristy and zero sketchy ***** which was a nice change.
Day 1: Today we continued on our travels yet again and we start our trip in France. After a 7 hour drive from Calais we arrived in Lyon and that's where our trip begins. When we got there we went to Aquarium de Lyon. We saw lots of different species of fish including sea horses, lion fish ...
We started the day with pastries from the bakery across the road from the hotel - croissant and pain au chocolat. One of the things we had learnt about reading the many guide books over the last year (thank you to Wellington libraries) was about the traboules - passageways between streets through buildings, with lovely little courtyards. We signed up for a walking tour of the traboules, and which due to the timing also concentrated on the Festival of Lights. The very short version - ...