B&B Le Puy En Velay
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a very charming and almost bustling small town. Was rushing while writing in the Office de Tourisme as they were about to close, but now at the bar where we are having a beer, there is excellent wifi, so will add a bit more detail. It was such a beautiful day. Cool - 10° - when we set out from our little town perched on the side of a hill, but we soon heated up with the energetic walking. The first two-thirds ...
... well with all the babbling French going on all round us. We are learning the French hiking ways. There always seems to be a "bagagerie" where you leave bags to be picked up, or where you collect the delivered ones from, and today we all had to take off our walking shoes and leave them in a special shoe cupboard....but I think this is unique for this place..maybe, we'll see. Anyway, now off to bed early, in fact I think Amr already asleep at ...
... The emperor Napoleon III gave them to the bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay ...We climbed the many stairs inside it and had the view from the top! Amazing. It was the biggest statue in the world (I think) until the Statue of Liberty was built. Beautiful views of Le Puy and surrounds. Then we went to look at another high point. This one the Rocher Saint Michel d'Aiguilhe. This is a chapel dedicated to st Michel built in the 10th century, also ...
... on it, but it is so cheap for such special food. (Actually I think ours is ridiculously expensive). After lunch we metro-ed back, retrieved our bags from the hotel and went to catch our train to Le Puy. All good. Little locale trains, had to change at St Étienne and then got a little train that wound up the hillside to Le Puy....was reminiscent of getting the train to St Jean before the Spanish Camino. And there were a few other ...
We had a leisurely start to the day and gradually packed up and bade farewell to Irene and Gerry knowing we probably would not see their house in France again. As lovely as it is the steep steps and drive are not so practical for those in their eighties and nineties and they I'll probably have to move soon. We hit the motorway and then turned off towards Le Puys ...