Hotel Restaurant La Randonnee
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... day were the strenuous bits, but SO beautiful you almost didn't mind the uphill drag. And we made it, so feel prepared for anything!! We now seem to be up on a plateau, reasonably high altitude, and I think we stay up here for a while, with easy days walking according to the Book! Tomorrow is about 25 kms, which will probably mean more, but if it is called easy, that will be fine. Now I will see if I can publish ...
We are here!! Feeling of achievement...this town is perched on the side of a hill, that we climbed up from the other side, then down to!! But it wasn't a terribly difficult day, except for that last 2 kms, and we arrived here at about 2.45, having left Le Puy at 8.15, so it wasn't bad... Before we left we got a baguette and some cheese and apples, then set off well equipped. A lovely walk, through magnificent countryside, and made so good as ...
... they had said every day at 5.30 there is a Camino welcome gathering. So we went just to see, up the millions of steps again to the cathedral, and it was quite pleasant. People who will be walking off tomorrow, or other Camino people. So we chatted there for a bit, had a last meander round the town, which is quite charming. Cobbled narrow streets. And we have realised we are in the Auvergne, or at the edge of it. Also, on the train ride here ...
... cheeses and patisseries... So after coffee and a croissant there we actually caught a metro rather than walk - first to the train station where our train yesterday would have terminated (alas no hat at the lost property office!) then went on to the Museum of Arts Decoratif and Fabrics. This was a good decision, as the weather did exactly as predicted and started raining - just morning showers. Good and interesting museum, but have to admit ...
... they really looked stunning. We wandered into town and explored the ancient streets and Cathedral, the buildings were really beautiful and there were spectacular views over the town. As it was Bastille day the town was full, the families were all waiting for the fireworks at 11pm but we weren't sure we're the best place was to see them. We headed back towards ...