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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who runs the auberge in the village. I decided to fully participate in the course which did include preparing foie gras, but I doubt I will do it again. David and Bernard tried to convince us that it is now a very humane process to collect the foie gras but I still have my doubts. As well as savoury dishes such as how to prepare duck, cassoulet and others that I can't remember at the moment(!) I can now fillet a fish correctly, and bone out ...
... all that plastic... Arrived in Montreal in good time.... a very lovely little town with a medieval arcaded market square..just beautiful. We are staying in a basic gite tonight so at last get to use all our good stuff....sleeping bags and towels etc..fortunately we all have a bottom bunk..sixty year olds can't get up into top bunks..... We are very happy and comfy after lovely hot shower and clean clothes.. Our pants were absolutely caked in sticky mud but they ...
... the first to be seen since Paris. Lovely , .lovely cathedral. Had a drink in the square and chatted with other pilgrims...nice...from near and far some leaving to go home..... their journey over...only hoping to return next year to take up where they had finished today... If only we could do this... But not from Australia. ..... Hotel dinner that was delicious.. Time for sleep.. More walking tomorrow.....rain predicted..wish us luck. ...
We had a lovely dinner with Madam (call me Nat) last night. She prepared for us courgette with cumin soup (in the thermomix), casseroled pieces of pork with quinoa spaghetti and curried endive ( which was awful). Followed by cheese and hazelnut cake... Everything, except the endive, was delicious. Madam had very little English so it was a very interesting table conversation via Helen and Terry with their good smattering of French. I must say we were all into ...
... step, for the seeing. What a surprise. The walking once again is fantastic...hard but so picturesque it's worth every step. We were to est dinner in our hotel but they were so full of a strange attitude and they wouldn't serve dinner until eight o clock we all decided that they didn't deserve our money and went to another restaurant down the road where we had the pilgrims menu which was just lovely and we're were in ...