Hôtel Les Arcades
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- Non-smoking rooms
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I can't believe it - it is 9.30 pm and we are back from dinner and sitting up in bed, and only now am I getting round to writing up the day.... We are pretty tired as we did a long walk, and tomorrow is officially 32 kms on our itinerary (today was officially 26!!!)....so we fear tomorrow may be about 35 kms.... Anyway, we started out a bit on the wrong foot, as we had to climb up out of Decazeville and we knew ...
... at the top in the open, thank goodness, as we were so sweaty anyway, we didn't need to be encased in anything else!! I had to take off my glasses - it was better to walk slightly unfocused rather than with misted lenses...... Anyway, once at the top it was gorgeous as usual, and extremely bright green - some Irish walkers we talked to said it looked like Ireland, so you know green that is! We also were happy, ...
... easy!! Also, rain showers in the morning, so hope it really is light and not the teeming that turns the paths into rivers!! The town is full of tourists of course - French tourists - especially being Sunday. The only local people would be working in the hotels, restaurants and shops. There is a boulangerie, but otherwise no practical shop. (Can't buy ...
... had said it would rain further south) and felt a bit optimistic!! Well, our hopes were dashed when a bit before 1pm it started to pour in earnest. We had just passed St. Marcel, the last village before Conques, and when the path diverged from the road, saying 30 minutes to Conques, we took it hoping it would be quicker. We had to descend 300 metres from there to Conques, and after we were past the point ...
... level paths round the hillside, shaded, and just wondrous. We walk through pines still, and beeches, and now quite a lot of chestnut and oak trees, and even saw some holly. The leaves are barely showing signs of autumn yet, occasionally a touch of yellow, but mostly still heavy with green leaves. We have arrived at Golinhac now, at about 1 pm and find reception is closed between 12.30 and 2.30 so luckily we have our toys to play with while we wait, and I ...