Le Clos des Pierres Rouges
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Privat-d'Allier
Our host from our Gite made us breakfast including her homemade yogurt and jam. I figured out the coffee quality dilemma and have a new strategy -I will only drink expresso. The yogurt was sweet and excellent. There was only one cafe open today and it was early on so we didn't have lunch until we reached our destination around 2pm. We must plan our food better for tomorrow. ...
... sausage - ham and wild boar along with pickled mushrooms. Then came salad and quiche. I thought we were done. Silly me. She went back to her house and returned with veal stew and cauliflower!! Then we had a tray of about 9 cheeses followed by a huge piece of plum pudding. I surrendered! Joanne did a fantastic job communicating with the lady and we had a great talk about our families etc. A priceless evening. Sent ...
... on the patio in front of our hotel beside the German lawyer who was walking with his short legged dog. His dog is fine but he is giving up and going home tomorrow. It has been a dream of his to walk from Le Puy to Conques for 8 years but he was totally unprepared. He says he will be back. Malcolm here - we are sitting on the patio rehydrating by drinking several glasses of beer and grenadine. It is very refreshing. There was a lot of climbing today with no ...
What an interesting first day. Good thing we had a big petit dejeuner in our hotel. We started walking at about 8am and we followed the road UP out of Le Puy. I mean up. It was very misty but we could tell the sun was going to be poking through so we only had tshirts on. The trail was well marked and there was nobody else walking. I mean nobody. A real contrast to the ...
Le Puy has been a pleasant surprise with well preserved 16th century buildings, well dressed French women (as always), and lots of small shops and cafés. We toured the sights, bought hiking poles, got our Camino passport from the cathedral and enjoyed the cafés. The tourists are mainly French. The Camino is very visible although not too many hikers around town. We met a 30 yr old man from ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking