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... and they text you back with a code to open the barrier. This seemed like an awful lot of bother. The Aires book said it cost 5e per night, BUT under the new system it was 5e for the first 5hrs then 1e for every subsequent hour- taken from your CC when you open the barrier to leave!! As it was only 5pm and we wanted to ...
... the Hotel Dieu, which was a hospital built in 1443 by a rich philanthropist to take care of the poor. It was staffed by nuns and later had rooms added to take care of wealthy people to help pay the bills. This hospital ran for 550 years! It closed for good in 1971, when the last patient left. We then went over to the Collegiate Notre-Dame, the local Cathedral. It was ...
... 6 km off the track. It is a very nice gite that we are sharing with two other very very sweet French ladies. We are waiting for our dinner to be served by the host... We are extremely tired. Terry is thinking of having tomorrow off along with Jane who has a bad dose of cold. Helen and I plan to march on to Aumont Aubrac which is about 23 Km's... All good.. We have now finished our dinner and let me tell ...
... ridge. For us three, It was a relatively easy walk after that however an unexpected steep decent into Saugues awaited us. We took it quite slowly and arrived at our lovely hotel at about two thirty. We have been able to have a quiet and restful afternoon looking around the town, catching up on FB and emails, reading and sleeping . To night we have just returned from a first class dinner of pumpkin soup, chicken, a ...
... after a further march of let say 3 km fortunately not up hill we came to civilisation with the determination that if in fact we were heading in the wrong direction we would simply hail a taxi and go on to Saint Privat d Allier where we had intended to have an early lunch because I fact the whole day was meant to be an easy walk..... Whilst sitting in solitude by the side of the road the four of us contemplating what to do a lady in yet again a tiny car pulled up to ask if ...