Hotel de la Paix
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in their 40’s and the other it 57 with children my age. This is their first
time on the pilgrimage route, and they have walked here from their front doors
in Holland. One is a teacher who works with special needs children and the
other is and architect. The teacher is also a lover of flowers and says that he
has over 150 species of wild flowers in his garden. As we walked, he collected
seeds from interesting flowers that he ...
... like British India, and I sighed with relief at my good luck. However, as she left me to get comfortable, she said "I hope you and your husband will be comfortable here." I then informed her that Mr. K was not my husband, and that I was traveling with him and his wife. She told me that they had not made a reservation for me, but that, if I wanted, I could share the room with them and she could bring in another bed. I agreed to this and she brought in a small ...
... the gardens in hopes of a cooler evening. This turned out to be the right choice. Not only were the gardens beautiful at sunset, but the weather turned to a perfect 75 with a light breeze. My camera died in the middle of taking photos; otherwise, I may never have stopped taking photos of this magnificent garden. I thoroughly enjoyed all my sightseeing today!
Total distance walked today: 15km (then took 11 by the train)
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... 8217;t name farm animals. I called him Mr. Plucky. After the salad, she brought us a large plate of sausage and a bowl of mashed potatoes. She said that the sausage was also made on the farm. I took a very small amount to please her, but eating just a little bit made me feel a bit nauseous. There’s a lot of animal fat in sausage to which I am just not accustomed. Dessert was a lovely apple tart made with apples from her own orchard and drizzled with some sort of apple liquor ...
... gel insert so as not to damage my shoe too much from walking without an insole.
At about 10am it was starting to get really hot, and the entire walk had been steadily uphill. I was coming upon a small town of Saint Goussaud, and I was really hoping that it would have some place I could get something cold to drink. My guide book said that there were no cafes, bakeries, restaurants. Really, the town was just a few homes and a church. However, when I ...