Ibis Budget Chateauroux Deols
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... very similar to what one finds in the margins of an illuminated manuscripts. The inside of the church was also remarkable. The columns still bore traces of their original coloration, which would have been stunning in their day. The column capitals were inhabited by strange creatures found only in reverie. In the wooden partition that separated the public and the clergy, I found interesting carvings hidden behind the benches. These were nearly ...
... elderly couple who ran the refuge left us a lovely note explaining that they could not be there to welcome us, but that we should make ourselves at home. We met another pilgrim there, who had arrived on bike. He was in his early fifties, and was the youngest pilgrim I have met so far. He also spoke English really well, on account that he had spent a couple years studying in Michigan. I was so happy to have somebody who could understand me! We talked ...
... to buy supplies, lots of things to see, and lots of options for lodgings,
but there’s also the solid fact that you have to walk through a lot of not
pretty scenery. Suburbs and factories are not nearly as pretty as countryside
and villages. Today we spent a large amount of time passing by factories and a
large military camp. My companions joked with me by pointing to the ugly
factories asking if they were Romanesque or Gothic in origin. Ah, ...
... day of 52km.
From Issoudun, we again walked through farm country. My companions, who are worried about me being alone once their portion of the hike is over, asked me to be the guide today. I was more than happy to do so, and I led the way without any mishaps. We lunched in Thurzay, where we played on the local playground like very large children.
It seemed like quite an easy walk today because much of it was in the countryside, and my bag was so ...
We arrived in Saint-Aignan last night only to find that we had zero coverage for our AT&T mobile phones, which made getting in touch with our VRBO house host a bit difficult. After parking and getting acquainted with the little town, we headed to the town library to see if they had a phone we could use. No dice, unfortunately, but they helpfully directed us to the town square where ...