Hotel Restaurant La Randonnee
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... 30, so hope we are hardened up by then! But the walk again was beautiful. Through lush countryside, very green, with dairy cows. We stopped at a farm selling cheeses, recommended by yesterday's hostess, and he took us into the cheese nursery where he had boxes of cheeses maturing on hay on shelves! He picked the most mature, and used a clothes brush to dust off the hay. We had it for lunch....yum! We left this morning at about 8.15 and arrived here at 3.45, so ...
... the sheets in off the line when we arrived. We will have another communal meal there tonight at 8 o'clock. Should be fun. The mysteries of the hot water and bathrooms in general would not suit the people who travel 5 star, but these things are the joys and triumphs of our sort of travel when you figure how to get these things to work.... Our legs and bodies in general are managing well, and all is just superb! ...
... at 4 pm and took forever to check everyone in, some just drop-in hopefuls that he helped by ringing other places....we finally got into our room, and are happily unwinding. Dinner is here tonight, so now downtime. Have to add a little about dinner. It seems that this is a Gite just for walkers, and we have found out that we have one of the double rooms, but most are in group sleeping rooms.... So there was a communal dinner at 7 pm..we were ...
... a volcanic area and many rocky pinnacles. The cloister dates from the 11th and 12th centuries. After good breakfast here (breakfasts are provided from now on) we went to the cathedral, where Amr lit a candle for Ira. Then on another pinnacle nearby is a Hugh statue of Notre Dame de France. Very interesting as well as spectacular. It was erected in the mid 1800s and made from the cast iron of 213 guns (captured from the Russians) from the battle ...
Today was quite busy, and finally we both felt a bit wiped out...this morning we were dragging our feet a bit, and would rather have just sat down and vegged. But of course we didn't. First we set off to see the Paul Bocuse markets which are just opposite our hotel - but had been closed on Mondays. It was amazing, but not a market exactly - more like a David Jones food hall, or Fauchon, with amazing delicacies ready to take home and cook, and ...