B&B Auxerre 2
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... passes validated, but we found the right place after many redirections. Everything is done the old-fashioned way - someone has to stamp your Eurail pass to validate it, and then you have to hand write all the details of each journey into the pass folder in order for it to be valid (I almost threw the folders out before our trip to save space, but thankfully I read the instructions ...
Heading south to Chablis-Dijon today, we stopped at Troyes for lunch. Troyes (pronounced trois) is a rebuilt truly Medieval town which is being restored to its former glory. The mostly wooden buildings were burnt in the 1610s so was rebuilt using mud brick and stone but in the same style. We checked out ...
... back again. Even at this time of year it what children were around you didn't hear. We really didn't do much and just keeping cool was a full time job but we did time our walk into the village well for the weekly market, well two stalls, the ladies clothes one didn't interest much but we did stock up on some good ...
... the nuns should have given me a code for the house.
I had kind of expected a hot breakfast, but was shown into a kitchen and told to help myself. There was bread, jam, tea, coffee, and some oranges. I grabbed a little of everything and went to sit in the large refectory where the woman and I were the only two people. When she heard my accent, she began to speak English, and explained that her father was American, so she spoke it well. We exchanged stories. ...
... jam, eggs, and tea. After yesterday, this was all very welcome. During breakfast, I met other pilgrims who came to the welcome center. All of them were over 50, with varying lengths of their journeys. One man, in his sixties, had walked to Vezelay all the way from Holland. He intended to walk all the way to Santiago in Spain, a journey of some 4000km. He also walks solo, which he claimed was the best way to see nature, animals, and reflect on life.