Hotel L'Ile de la Lagune
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... the largest lake in Germany. Lovely little site. Went to a nearby Motor Museum, where they had every German car ever made, and all in beautiful condition. After wandering around for a couple of hours, we were forced to partake in Kaffe & Kuchen (coffee and cake).
Every town in Bavaria has a fantastic Maypole. These are as tall as pine trees, and have carved and painted figures attached to the sides, so they seem to be dancing. Not ...
... longer and we hiked over to the nearest campsite to set up shop there. At least this one had toilets and showers, but was still pretty basic! Found it tough to do much there, in the heat without anywhere to go to escape, but we found ourselves under the shade by the Rhone River looking out to the city walls on both evenings, even cooking a delicious "eat-leftovers-so-our-packs-are-lighter " dinner of soup with mixed veg, salami and couscous so it could have been worse!
From the day I walked from le Puy en Velay the adventure with God continued. It is wonderful, exciting and a mistery , how God is leading. I walk about 15 Km per day in average. Sometimes 13 km other times 19 km.I walk through deep valleys, dark forests, cold streams, mud, open fields, over slippery rocks and high solitary mountains. In beautiful sunny weather, heavy rains or severe wind that blows me almost of my feet, ...
... Quite a few of the family grave areas are covered by a little glass house. In many cases quite a number of bodies are interred under the one grave stone.
We drove into the Perigord Noir area, where dark green trees dominate the hills. We were lucky that in Le Bugue we were in ...
... they took us to another pub they like, a really small packed place that had really good atmosphere. They walked us back to our train station at the end of the night. On the way we passed a blind restaurant. Apparently you order your meal at the bar where there is light. Then blind people will take you into a room that is completely black and you eat in the dark as if you were blind, you have to put your finger in the glass to make sure they ...