We have driven this autoroute for so many times, I have stopped counting.
It is the same scenery but dramatically changes depending on the season, the time, if it’s a school holiday, it it is the summer holiday….
Come travel with me from Paris to the south of France on this winter season of January.
Thin sheets of ice started to appear midway to our journey.
We are now in the Rhone-Alps department, not far away from Geneva, Switzerland.
The Roman viaduct of Aix en Provence
A castle or two would be visible if you don’t sleep during the journey.
A paperclip-looking like monument along the autoroute
These buildings of Lyon were designed by Baron Haussmann, the same architect who modernized Paris in the late 19th century.
If you see rocks like this, you are now getting close to the south of France
Modern factories in France are obliged to put a bit of landscaping to please the eye
This museum being built in Lyon looks like a metallic toy robot monster that has been ran over by a bicycle!
French citroen vans on the way to Spain
The old town of Lyon and the medieval cathedral atop of the hill.
Vegetable store on wheels..on the way to a town or village’s Open Market day
An old castle with its sloping vineyard
A Swiss towing his boat towards the Mediterranean…(note the Swiss-registered plate)
Farm house with its stock of bales to use as animal feed in the winter
Another castle property with its outbuildings
A banner screaming: TREES!