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... only as a relay tower between the towers of Crozant and Eguzon. At this time it had a wooden drawbridge and a wide, deep moat. In the 17th century, it became a home. The moat was reduced in width, and the drawbridge was replaced with a bridge of stone. Yet, in between the 18th and 19th century, it became a simple agricultural home, and when it was bought in 1906, it had nearly been in ruins. At this point, 110 ...
... of Christ, the life of Daniel, and the elders of the Apocalypse. Deeply-carved in simplistic perfection, these capitals are just delightful to behold. The crypt of the church also holds a lovely surprise for anyone who braves the musty smell. Well-preserved frescoes cover the ceiling, dating from the 13th, 15th, and 16th centuries. They depict a number of biblical scenes from Adam and Eve in the garden, to the ...
... much older. They both had ancient towers that looked to be from the 15th century, surrounded by constructions from the 17th centuries. Both of these were also hotels now, and it was too bad that we couldn’t get closer. This is how I pictured the French countryside, and I was glad to see that there were spots that existed as I had imagined them. I hope I have more trails like this to look forward to.
... elderly couple who ran the refuge left us a lovely note explaining that they could not be there to welcome us, but that we should make ourselves at home. We met another pilgrim there, who had arrived on bike. He was in his early fifties, and was the youngest pilgrim I have met so far. He also spoke English really well, on account that he had spent a couple years studying in Michigan. I was so happy to have somebody who could understand me! We talked ...
... to buy supplies, lots of things to see, and lots of options for lodgings,
but there’s also the solid fact that you have to walk through a lot of not
pretty scenery. Suburbs and factories are not nearly as pretty as countryside
and villages. Today we spent a large amount of time passing by factories and a
large military camp. My companions joked with me by pointing to the ugly
factories asking if they were Romanesque or Gothic in origin. Ah, ...