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We boarded the bus at 9:00 am for the one hour beautiful drive to Domaine Saint Hilaire Winery. Our tour guide, Wendy, taught wine tasting and wine pairing in England and was amazing. She was so enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge with us. After learning more than we could ever remember about the process of making wine, we headed back down to the house for a wine tasting, conducted by Wendy and Daniel (the owner's son). The more we tasted, the louder the group got. It was ...
After a restful sleep in our last night of luxury for some time, we left La Roque Gageac after a hearty breakfast at the hotel where they again produced an omlette for me especially, knowing I couldn't eat the array of provided pastries.
After picking up a couple of little souvenirs, we set off towards Marchastel, a little town located within Auvergne, home to 5 different AOC cheeses. After a few hours driving, winding our way through the hilly ...
... young. It was a nice smooth ride and amazing how fast it goes. We had only a few stops along the way and it got us from Paris to Montpellier in less than three hours. We were able to get to the car rental place and to the car without much issue, but then came the stress of driving in France. We were a bit worried, as the GPS that I brought along had not been working very well, but luckily the car has a GPS system ...
... places are closed on Mondays including the shops in our town so we can't stock up on supplies tonight. Lots of downhill today and towards the end of the day I developed shin splints and am in a fair degree of pain. Uphill is easier so I am hoping for lots of uphill tomorrow. It will likely be a slow day as it is a 27km walk. Too bad Malcolm carrying my pack wouldn't cure ...
... hiking like than walking at times, mostly French speaking hikers and very few villages which are more than a farm house. While I would walk the Spanish Camino alone I wouldn't walk the French. The French people are friendly and great hosts and the locals are interested in us and not at all pretentious. Tonight we are eating dinner with our host in our gites. Should be interesting as she doesn't speak a word ...