Hotel du Val Vert
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... spectacular! You will see from photos, but of course they never do it justice. We left at 8.30 and got here at about 3 pm which wasn't bad, with a stop at a bar (for Amr to have some wifi really) and a lunch stop....munching on French bread and cheese is divine when you have been walking hard uphill. We are staying at a little guesthouse, B and B type place, with a very cheerful woman who was chatting and ...
... late as thought it was 7.30, but heard all the hustle and bustle, so came in time for the entree which was - yes again - lentil salad, and a delicious seafoody terrine. Followed by slabs of fatty pork (I can't remember the name of what it probably is - rather bacon-like) and sausage, with huge and yum roasted potato with a white cheese sauce, then a cheese plate of local cheeses, and a tinned (or not fresh) fruit salad. Quite fun and ...
... 8364;17) and it was superb! Lentils featured a lot as that is another thing Le Puy is known for (Puy lentils), and again these dishes were SO artistic as well as delicious. We both had a lentil salad, with salmon and veg, and Amr had a sausage main and I had veal. Now back, showered, sticks and hats ready to go, bags packed, ready for tomorrow's walk. Meant to be 24 kms, and mostly uphill....hopefully today's MANY steps will have been good ...
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 ...
... 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 ...