Inter Hotel Le Boeuf Rouge
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... also thought it was interesting that while her husband spoke English with a
pure Californian accent, which is where she was from also, her accent changed
constantly during the night between American and British. She pretended not to
understand Fahrenheit or miles anymore, and multiple times said she forgot the
English word and only knew the French word for something. She also said that
when I called for reservations that she could hear ...
... the trail a few days before (“You must be the tall American girl who walked 52km in one day”) then shared lodgings with the night before in Limoges. It’s really neat how I can run into so many people that I “know”. Being a pilgrim really forces me to meet new people, which is something that I usually avoid.
After dinner, I found myself questioning whether or not I should continue on the same trail. I have heard people ...
... known at the Pilgrim's Trunk. on a large fallen tree, passing pilgrims stuck trinkets ans prayers and notes of encouragement. I read through the livre d'or before continuing. The walk was very enjoyable and I sang aloud as I went. I really need to learn some new songs. I was glad that we made the decision to take the train because I really wanted time to explore Limoges and also Saint Leonard, which was also very beautiful.
The two large cemeteries and the bell ...
... made herself. The tisane after dinner was made from thyme from the farm; I have never before had thyme tea. It was very good. Really, it was all very good, and so welcome after two days of eating substandard things from my pack.
Tomorrow, we walk to Limoges. I am looking forward to visiting the city, as people tell me it has some very beautiful and interesting things. I would like to get there early to explore it, so my companions and I are considering taking a bus ...
... as the worship of Maria. There are fortified houses, located on the valley side with a amazing cathedral built against the cliff face. In the 16th century the religious wars destroyed much of Rocamadour and the 19th century saw it restored to what it is today. It is a steep climb down from the Chateau to the Sanctuaries and the streets are now lined with souvenir shops etc. Was getting late so took the overpriced lift ...