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MACON, MAY 30
Today we are in Macon, a beautiful little town on the Soane. Tomorrow when we get to Lyon, we will enter the Rhone river. Dennis and I decided to spend the morning exploring this old town. We were docked between two bridges and we walked up to one bridge and walked over the bridge to get a perspective of the whole town. It really is charming and the waterfront is very beautiful. It is all in pavers with ...
... lots of contented Charolais cattle grazing in green meadows, but we had not been expecting such a hilly route. Even though we hopped onto the main road for a while to shorten our trip, we were starting to hurt by the time we arrived.
So we were looking forward to finding a hotel and having a quiet night, dining in with the last of our cheese, wine and provisions. Not to be! The lure of a comfortable hotel could not be ignored so we made our way towards the ...
Epinac. A few days ago. I didn't like being squished in. But unfortunately that's what happened in our small chalet. Even though the campsite was big the chalet was not. It was so small it didn't have a dishwasher, a toilet, a washing machine, a sink or a shower. Luckily we were only staying for a day. I did enjoy camping though. I am also looking forward to Italy. Louis We drove 312 km this afternoon. Shortly after passing through ...
... night and that has had a positive effect on us all. Not rushing!! We've had a lovely big breakfast and now we are plotting our next destination (probably just into Italy) before lunch when we will explore the local and surrounding areas. We spent Sunday afternoon on the road in the local area. We visited the beautiful medieval village of Saint-Jean-Saint-Maurice/Liore. Before the rain fell we climbed the Chateau of St Maurice (ruins) and managed to find ...
... a good 30 years ago! So it was interesting talking to her about how Taize has progressed and changed over the years. Xavier didn't speak almost any English, so it Sophie sometimes had to translate for him what we were talking about. The drive to Paris takes about four hours, so we talked for maybe an hour/hour and a half of that time. I slept some and also just read some as well. We drove through some very ...
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