Citotel la Providence
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I took nearly no pictures today because my camera was out of
batteries. We walked mostly through farm lands with a lot of cows. It was hot (about
87 degrees) and there was very little shade. This is not my favorite scenery or
weather to walk through.
When we finally arrived in the town of our destination, la
Coquille, we were totally beat. We knew that our lodgings were across from the
church, but we couldn’t see a ...
... with them trying to wake myself. When we arrived at a small town, they decided to stop at a butcher shop, and we parted ways with plans to meet at our lodgings for the night. I stopped by the church in the small town, which was quite old, but had some very modern renovations that did it no favors. However, I arrived about 15min before mass began, and a kind nun saw me walking with my backpack and offered me a stamp for my book and some cold water. I ...
... I didn't really know what to do with myself, so I window-shopped at the many porcelain shops in the city. Limoges is famous for its porcelain, and there are dealers everywhere selling it in varying quality. I also stopped at the grocery to buy ingredients to make dinner for myself and my companions.
After dinner, the sun was about an hour from setting, and I decided to visit the large gardens behind the cathedral. It had been so hot earlier in the day, that I ...
... a farm afterall!). However, there were no cups for the tea and the room smelled very strongly of mildew. In fact, the map on the table was completely rotten and the refrigerator was filled with mold. However, on a 90 degree day, the room was very cold. I laid a towel down on the stinky couch and fell asleep for an hour before waking to read and write a bit. I also had a very unsatisfactory lunch of pretty gross tabbouleh. There was a brochure on the table for a pizza place, and I got ...
... that the proprietor of the store had actually stopped them on the road from her car to inform them that the store had closed early so she could go get some fresh produce, and that she would return in an hour to reopen the store. Unfortunately, she never returned. We waited and waited. We even called the number listed on the store. No luck. According to the woman who ran my gite, this happens all the time, and it quite annoys the locals. Well, we didn’t ...