Chateau de Pizay
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... up in a stunning display. Eventually we reached the confluence of the Saone and Rhone rivers and docked overnight on the Rhone, in the city centre. Day 24: today was an early start as there about 6 river cruise ships all docked and we were first up to the Catholic Church, Basillica de Fourviere on the highest point overlooking the city. It was a wonderful view in the early morning sun, and the inside Byzantine decorations ...
... up Fourviere Hill towards the Basilica Notre Dame de Fourviere which is at the top of the hill. It is nearly 40 degrees. We are thirsty and hungry. Places to eat and drink seem to be in short supply. Issy says that she has decided that we will be going into the first cafe or restaurant we see. We hear the clicking of glasses. We go into the restaurant where this seems to be coming from. We are asked if we have a reservation. We say no, but they show us to a ...
... isn't all pretty postcards as we passed a giant nuclear power plant and many factories. You won't find that on a tea towel, but still an important part of French industry. Lyon has a big city feel, and it took us some time working out the transit system to get to our next lovely apartment. We were greeted by Stephan, a very enthusiastic guy who clearly loves Lyon and gave us lots of good suggestions to visit. So off we went for a walk to ...
... br> To my left was a curly, red-haired lady in a Peugeot. The car was rusted and you could tell it had been manufactured in white. Now an off white colour, she kept getting frustrated. I admit I was speeding up and not letting her overtake, but she kept grinning so I thought she could take the banter. It was hilarious to say the least. The journey seemed to take forever! It was unbelievable to think that Paris and Lyon were both cities in the ...
... was obviously not going to reach her destination for some time. Parents and close relations will marvel at the miracle of a new-born child. How quickly they learn, how unique their personalities, how funny, deep, strange their perceptions of what they see. But when does the miracle disappear? I am not sure that it does; is our one million and fiftieth step not as much a miracle as our first? Do we not remain unique with the ability to learn, ...