Deltour Hotel Le Puy en Velay
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... day were the strenuous bits, but SO beautiful you almost didn't mind the uphill drag. And we made it, so feel prepared for anything!! We now seem to be up on a plateau, reasonably high altitude, and I think we stay up here for a while, with easy days walking according to the Book! Tomorrow is about 25 kms, which will probably mean more, but if it is called easy, that will be fine. Now I will see if I can publish ...
... late as thought it was 7.30, but heard all the hustle and bustle, so came in time for the entree which was - yes again - lentil salad, and a delicious seafoody terrine. Followed by slabs of fatty pork (I can't remember the name of what it probably is - rather bacon-like) and sausage, with huge and yum roasted potato with a white cheese sauce, then a cheese plate of local cheeses, and a tinned (or not fresh) fruit salad. Quite fun and ...
Woke this morning knowing that we had all day to explore the town, sort ourselves out for walking tomorrow, and with no deadlines, bookings to keep, or trains to catch. Bliss! And it is amazing, or at least we had not expected, it is so Camino orientated....we see pilgrim walkers a lot, and street markers and are getting very excited and in the mood! The cathedral here is a shrine in its own right and is quite spectacular, set up high on a rock. ...
Today was quite busy, and finally we both felt a bit wiped out...this morning we were dragging our feet a bit, and would rather have just sat down and vegged. But of course we didn't. First we set off to see the Paul Bocuse markets which are just opposite our hotel - but had been closed on Mondays. It was amazing, but not a market exactly - more like a David Jones food hall, or Fauchon, with amazing delicacies ready to take home and cook, and ...
... us through hilly, windy roads , the scenery was lovely but it was quite a long journey. We eventually arrived and I could not really see what was so special about this place. We found the campsite on the edge of town where the unusual volcanic outcrops stood with medieval buildings perched on the top. Another had a huge statue overlooking the town. In the ...