Hotel du Chateau de Salles
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... return (or a very long return!) we found ourselves going down a stony, narrow, uneven pathway that had turned into a torrent! And thunder was rumbling round overhead. Thank goodness for sticks! We didn't die or even fall, but made rather slow and careful and very wet progress, and are now here in our hotel for 2 days!!! Our room is at the very top of the hotel - sloping walls and dormer windows and ...
... level paths round the hillside, shaded, and just wondrous. We walk through pines still, and beeches, and now quite a lot of chestnut and oak trees, and even saw some holly. The leaves are barely showing signs of autumn yet, occasionally a touch of yellow, but mostly still heavy with green leaves. We have arrived at Golinhac now, at about 1 pm and find reception is closed between 12.30 and 2.30 so luckily we have our toys to play with while we wait, and I ...
... in the Lot valley it is much warmer, even in the evening. We will not again this Camino ascend to the heights we did on the Aubrac mountains. We will be doing ups and downs, but the differences in altitude are more the range of 400 to 700 metres or less, rather than 1000 to 1300 m. It is another beautiful day, but tomorrow more doubtful and thunder storms predicted for Saturday and Sunday...so we are warned! Sunday is a ...
... many people we spoke to were only going as far as St. Come d'Olt, which is only 17 kms. Well, it was breathtakingly beautiful - we ascended and walked along the top of the world, now the terrain looking more mountainous. We got chatting to a French couple, as my camera now says "midi-Pyrenees", and I know we were in the Massif Central in Le Puy, but he said that it is correct, that areas change quite rapidly.... Well, all went just beautifully, and we were declaring it the ...
... arrived here just before 3 pm, including a coffee/hot chocolate stop, and a lunch stop. It was not the sort of path where you walked fast, as before the descent there was a lot of gradual uphill, still in the open countryside and still amongst the cows (and lots of calves). Then we went through forested parts before descending through the trees to this very pretty little village. Now having a beer in the bar having had I think the best ...