Hotel Le Boischaut
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... money away. So we parked up in an industrial estate. Quite common thing to do. The only downside is that the lorries start moving early. Still, it meant that we could have a hot breakfast in the Asda close by.
An uneventful run home meant we were home by lunch time. Jim had moved his cars out of the way and we could get onto the drive easily
After 8 months we could expect some hiccups when we got home. And we found them. D's car wouldn't start. It wouldn't ...
... frites (well I had salade frites). Mmm, the fries were so good after a long day of hiking. There was even ketchup. For dessert, we all ordered ice creams from the freezer. They actually had Ben and Jerry’s, which is what I had. None of my French companions recognized the brand! Dinner with friends in a welcoming inn was a perfect end to a perfect day of hiking.
Total distance walked today: 20km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... to the station to get special stamps
for our pilgrim credential book. They used the few phrases that they knew in
English, and they gave us a very nice welcome to the town. I was pretty
Using the officers’ directions, we found our hostel. This
place definitely should not be listed in the guide book. It’s not a hostel or a
pilgrim refuge so much as it is an apartment complex where one can pay by the
day. It’s a small ...
... of being one of the (many) prettiest villages in France.
This turns into a real adventure.
After a few miles, we find the road to Gargilesse-Dampierre is closed for repairs.
In true French fashion, there is a large sign saying ...
... but, bang in the middle of the village, just outside the church, there is an immaculately kept war memorial. This is not unique, you will see similar in small towns and villages throughout France.