B&B Chateauroux 2
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It's amazing how quickly the landscape changed. Until now, it had been a steady pattern of farms, factories, suburbs, and cities. If we were lucky, we got to walk a few km through the woods. But today, the landscape was totally different, and a lot more beautiful. The countryside became much hillier, and the wheat fields gave way to thick forests, broken only by very small farms of animals. The walk was really pleasing, and I enjoyed ...
... This added 3km onto our walk. The second time, we literally came to a crossroads. There were four trails to take in the middle of a national forest, and not a marker to be seen. We discussed which route to take for 15 minutes before finally choosing the one we all agreed seemed the most correct. We walked for 2km before we saw a trail marker. We chose the right way, but it took us a while to figure it out. The third time, we approached the road, and a ...
... absolutely a blast and have
the hearts of children. Laughing is necessary, they say, and it’s good for the
Upon arriving in Chateauroux, we again split up as a
necessity of lodgings. My male companion and I decided to share a room in a
local youth hostel to save some money. We stopped to ask a group of police officers
for directions to the hostel, and they were delighted to find that I was an
American pilgrim. They invited us ...
... more and more homes built around it, becoming Neuvy-Pailloux (or, the new town). In the 12th century the church was completely fortified, surrounded by a wall and four turrets, that disappeared some time in the 18th century. During the war, it was partially destroyed then later rebuilt in honor of those who gave their lives for France, as reflected in a large painting of Christ standing over a wounded French soldier with the town burning ...
... you don’t know what you’re going to get, but I was surprised to find it very delicious and filling: soup, duck, potato croquettes, bread, cheese, and a chocolate éclair.
The local church is also pretty remarkable. Its architecture dates to the mid-19th century, but the stained glass windows and sculptures were modern from the 1960’s. After seeing so many medieval churches, this was very different, yet just as beautiful.