Hostellerie La Bergerie des Chapelles
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... us to use, and the town had no stores. So, the guys opted to each bread and cheese from their sacks for dinner. I had a little of this and then asked the kitchen chef if, instead of the typical 6-course meal as the only option, would he make me a plate of French fries? He was very kind, and as he had no other customers that night, told me that I could come back at 7pm and my fries would be waiting for me. The fries were very delicious, and I ate ...
... pace. They assured me that we could stop for
breaks whenever needed, but I didn’t want to hold them back after imposing
myself upon them. They also have a very different mentality than the French
people I have been walking with. They take breaks of five or ten minutes at a
time, eating a bit of something each time, but they don’t stop for a real
lunch! They also eat a lot of sugar during the day, claiming that it is good
... and ate almost nothing.
My companions and I left the lodgings together, and I planned to walk with them until we were well outside of the town. My guide book is not very helpful in big cities, as it does not give street names. I’m not sure that I would have been able to find my way out without some help. Limoges is a very large city (for France).
We walked for 7km before we were finally out of the city and its suburbs. I walked ...
... the church could be seen from quite a long distance away. Once I arrived in the town, I was excited to see more Colombage style homes. The streets were narrow and many of the homes were medieval. This is just the kind of town that I came to France to see. There was also an open air market that I wandered around for a bit before buying a chocolate éclair which I ate at a café with a Schweppes. Two people individually approached me at the café to talk to me about my experience as ...
... the way up which did save our legs so just had the more gradual climb. Our 'Paulette' GPS took us on a very round about route getting back so Dave and Christina's navigation took over. Luckily found a small supermache on the way back to buy chicken etc. for a late dinner which was eaten close to 9pm. Worked out the problem we had been having with the GPS and that we had to clear the route totally before putting in a new ...