Hotellerie Saint Yves
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We woke to the sound of pigeons cooing, surrounded by medieval luxury. We had our first traditional full French breakfast, french stick, ham, cheese followed by pastries, washed down with a bucket of coffee or chocolate.
Chartre was dominated by the Cathedral, the current version built from around 1060 after the Bishop set ...
A great night at Le Hourdel despite torrential rain but quite warm and humid. Moved on to Marboue yesterday and a better and drier night. Just having a coffee and internet fix, shopping and fuel and then on to Uzerche where we hope there is still electricity and nicer ...
For the first time ever I've had the chance to watch leaves change color and begin to fall away from home. It's strange to think that it has been over a month since I've seen my family or any familiar sights. I've been having the time of my life and my favorite part of my adventure is the people by far.
The place I've met the most people is school, and it has been going relatively well. I've failed many times in class but this is expected, I can't keep up with the lectures ...
... was coming from, but it made the whole experience quite bittersweet.
It was after noon by this time, so I went to Exki. I was introduced to Exki last year on the Belgium and Holland tour; it's healthy food and quite good. I went for simple and had some apple juice (best apple juice I've ever had) and a ham and cheese sandwich with a honey-mustard sauce on some sort of crunchy, wholemeal bread. Very tasty.
As I walked back to the hotel to get my bag it was starting to ...
Getting ready for breakfast and then off to see the labyrinth. Very impressive is the size of the cathedral from the outside. Once inside the enormity was even more so. Such high pitch ceilings and the stain glass windows were magical. Walk around with many Japanese tourist taking photos. I felt to refrain from taking photos. Mass was said while we were there. The chairs that covered the labyrinth were moved and we were then able to walk it. Many people ...