Chateau de Pizay
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- Free parking
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... to tell the difference. There are also remains of the columns and floor which can be seen (pic 9).
From there I went back up the hill to the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière. This was a newer (relatively speaking) church built in the 1800’s. The outside was a gorgeous, pristine white that was in stark contrast to the clear blue sky (pic 10). Even before I knew that it was newer, I felt like something was just “off” about this cathedral. To ...
... prayer and worship through readings and chants and whose music and influence has been resurgent in recent years. If only that was a choice of excursion? Anyway after lunch back on board, another chance to relax and read, blog and then enjoy our next afternoon cruise from Tournus to Macon down the Saone and through very flat country side. The sun is now getting too hot and a talk on this Burgundy region has just started so off I go. Macon and Cluny Abbey ...
... t stretch to blowing €150 on a lunch at one of Paul Bocuse's local restaurants, but I made do with the other end of the spectrum. Lyon cuisine is most famous for its bouchons, small, family bistros that cook hearty traditional fare, heavy on various forms of tripe (Sue, you would have been in heaven). Served at large communal tables and for a very reasonable price by french standard, a full bouchon meal consist of an ...
... a transformer form out of space which is not yet finished towards the end point, weird looking thing, wonder what the locals think of it. It will be an art gallery and finished mid 2014. We trekked right down through the construction that is happening to the end of the Saone and and made it to the very end point then walked back up the Rhone. there were some guys doing some serious fishing (ie they had serious fishing gear) who ...
... uphill. Poor John but i made an effort to internalise my anxiety. Found our Auberge du Saval without trouble and it is a lovely place in a very small quaint village. Cute window shutters, window boxes with begonias, two village wells and very picturesque setting with snow clad alps in the background, a narrow ridged fold mountain in front and softer more eroded mountain in front f those. You can hear the river flowing and high high up there are cows grazing. Really postcard ...