B&B Chateauroux 1
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We followed the Creuse River on a GR. We once again took the GR to bypass the roads, which is where the traditional pilgrimage route would have taken us. The route today was longer and more difficult than the pilgrimage route, and it was well worth it. In fact, today was by far the most physically difficult route we have taken, and it was also a bit dangerous with all the steep climbing and descending. It’s definitely not ...
... a private kitchen, and a private bathroom. Though we had no pilgrim’s welcome, we were quite content. Determined not to waste such a lovely kitchen, my two female companions bought some groceries and made the four of us omelets for dinner. Over dinner we discussed the interesting lodgings of the night before. They surprised me by telling me that the two women at dinner were the wives of the proprietor. That’s right, he had two wives. ...
... of the hills. We also saw three chateaus today, which were pretty spectacular. The first chateau we passed was the smallest, but still pretty with its large turrets. To my eyes, it looked 17th century. Across the street from the chateau was a remodeled carriage house, as we took photos, the young proprietor pulled up in his car and offered us a bit of history. He said that the chateau was a real chateau, but that the old family did ...
I started off the day in a bit of a bad mood. I didn't get much sleep the night before, and I didn’t get to have breakfast. When my male companion and I left our unsatisfactory lodgings in the morning, all the stores and shops were closed, including the Mc Donald’s. The idea of foregoing breakfast with a full day of walking ahead did not please me. However, we were lucky. About 3km into our walk, we passed a giant ...
... Suivre Deviation", but, of course, no signs to indicate the Diversion!
We follow a likely looking road, which appears to be heading in the right general direction, but, after a few more miles, the tarmac runs out at the entrance to a farm.