Sejours & Affaires Lyon Saxe-Gambetta
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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, ...
... we found its history within the cathedral.
On Friday, August 28th, we had a short day. Nevers is 230 km from Lyon. We only rode 44 km (27 miles) of that distance, and were bussed from a small village into Lyon. Our little ride revealed an unexpected gem. Nancy and I were riding together as we went through a small crossroads (hard to even call it a village). Slightly off the route we saw a small chapel and ...
... after warming up before mass it was over an hour before we sang again which hurt my throat even more. I had to take the 12:30 bus home and I went to sleep hoping to feel better in the morning.
EASTER: So I woke up and was sick, coughing and exhausted so I didn’t make it to the Easter Mass :( but in the afternoon Nicole and I made potatoes, veggies, and ham (precooked) for an Easter lunch and I ate some of my chocolate bunny before going to bed.
... bicycles and smart cars when our games got too rowdy and we had another big night at the campsite with bottled Sangria. Several of us decided it would be a good idea to pull our mattresses outside and sleep under the stars, and so while we watched another lightning storm rolling in, and drinken people everywhere, we laughed ourselves to sleep.
... several months ago we couldn't work out why it was more expensive to stay in Lyon than other places - it was a happy coincidence that we were in Lyon for the festival, but it worked out very well. As the day progressed it was interesting to see the number of people about increase. Since we were now in France, we decided morning tea was necessary - a long black (Ian), cafe au lait (Alison) and an apple juice (Ed) and beautiful pastries. We walked to the art gallery, noting all ...