Campanile Avallon Sauvigny
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... Why is there so much water in Burgundy? It’s all cow ****". Oh yeah, there’s also a lot of cows here. After emerging from the forest, I sat down for breakfast in a small village called La Maison-Dieu. I munched on some bread, honey, and dried apricots. After breakfast, I began my walk again. It was about 8:30am and people in the town were starting to get up. The very first man I met offered me cold water. All day people greeted me kindly with “Bonjour!” and ...
... to Vezelay to escape the bustle of Paris for a long weekend. She was also staying in one of the houses belonging to the fraternity. She said that she comes here every once and a while to reflect on life and pray. I told her that I was a pilgrim, and she was concerned that I may feel lonely and find the French people to be rude. She explained that French people only show the emotions that they feel, and that if they are having a bad day, everyone around them will know ...
... who used to live in Vezelay. They had a small collection of works that were dated and signed Vezelay and pages from his journal while he lived here during the Nazi occupation. The apartments he rented are now a small inn over the old restaurant, le Cheval Blanc. I enjoyed getting to walk this museum with no other patrons especially after the bustle of the museums in Paris.
After last night’s meager offerings, I went to a local restaurant to book ...
... kindness of strangers.
The walk was beautiful and challenging. What the guide book called hilly, we would call mountainous in Minnesota. It was all fields of wheat and cattle farms along the way. I passed through maybe four towns that were about as picturesque as you can imagine. They still had the old narrow medieval streets and no building looked to be less than 200 years old. People greeted me kindly as I passed through, even the people ...
I have added a couple more photos and I am testing to see if these are available if you look at the previous file I sent you, We need to test all this out very well before we make decisions on what is the best to use. It takes time to work it all ...