Hotel Des Puys Arverne
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... hedges 12 feet high so no ad hoc conversations in many different versions of the same language with the neighbours. Whilst it looks very well kept a severe cutback would be better although I suspect they are the height they are to protect from the sun in summer, talking about the sun the forecast is clear blue skies which we have, and 24 degrees, currently 18 with the sun coming over the hills.
Oh I must mention that my navigator managed to get us through the middle ...
... make the time fly, we stopped off a services somewhere in south France and got our table out and had a very civilised lunch. The only problem with our Alan Rogers france book is that is 2012- we didn't think that 'modern facilities' could date so quickly but this site proved us wrong... 'Shack esq' facilities is more appropriate for the book but for €18 for the night we weren't complaining, Simon was ...
... drink, the first restaurant threw us out, they were only serving food (at 10pm) so we found another and the boys had the worst wine of the trip, Jude had a toxic gin martini and I had a delicious pamplemouuse martini. We chatted and tried to remember the name of the town we were currently in. It had been a whirlwind day.
Walking home, there was now a reggae band playing so we listened to them before heading back to our rooms and bed.
Kms walked 9.2
I promised the farmer that I'll be gone at eight o'clock. So I break up early. I'm desperate need of a toilet so I knock on the door and ask if I can use the toilet. That's no problem. I also get a nice cup of coffee and some cake. Communication is hard but they tell me I was heading the wrong way. Luckily not far but I need to turn around. Tramping is not working today. I'm walking in ...
After a good night sleep, we spent most of the day preparing for the Camino. This involved making sure we had everything we needed in our rucksacks, checking our lists and comparing lists of things we would need during our two days on the Camino...limited by the fact that we'll have to carry it all on our backs.
We made trips to the bank, as we'll be using mostly if not all cash on our trip.
Lucie is amazing. While doing all her own packing, ...