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Comfortable rooms (no mini bar or in room fridge, and no food allowed). Nice and affordable self service breakfast and helpful staff who speak both English and French.
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Here for a week at INSEAD business school, the classes and homework and dinners with colleagues didn't leave much time for enjoying this pretty town. I did however get a sneak peak in the ground of chateau Fontainebleau on the evening the prime minister of Qatar was invited for a private party.
Back to our old favourite - 'Font' for 2 days. Haven't been here for a number of years.......and very keen to come back. Big boys (and girls) playground!
I guess many people won't understand why others like clambering around on boulders???!!!
Plenty of places to park the van in the forest. ...
... shot and had an absolutely amazing time. I was glad to have a rest day on Monday or else id have been completely useless - id arranged to meet with Lilas for some site seeing in Pariiiis. We met late morning and walked and walked and walked and...you get it. It was another hot, sweaty day. Having seen Paris a couple of times already, I have to say it doesn't excite me so much any more. It has it's pretty moments, but it also has it's 'getting your watermelon stolen ...
... the mountain.
Then we drive down to Menaggio on Lake Como. Mum says that is where Goerge Clooney hangs out (not sure why but all ladies know about him).
We then go into an Italian restaurant and have Pizza and Crepe. I liked the Pizza. On the way home we try to take the longest road tunnel in the world but that was closed. So we went over the Gotthard Pass again.
... something to the driver. But I continued on.
We continued down the road to the Rhone river where we spied Australian flags flying and emblazoned across a river boat with a huge sign Ayers Rock. Obviously the place to be in Lyon. We of course got our photos taken in front of Ayers Rock so that we can say we've been there too. ;-)
We crossed the river into the commercial area of town we took pictures of the Louis XIV statue riding a horse in the ...