Ibis Budget Issoudun
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I started off the day in a bit of a bad mood. I didn't get much sleep the night before, and I didn’t get to have breakfast. When my male companion and I left our unsatisfactory lodgings in the morning, all the stores and shops were closed, including the Mc Donald’s. The idea of foregoing breakfast with a full day of walking ahead did not please me. However, we were lucky. About 3km into our walk, we passed a giant ...
... more English that that.) I am forced to speak French and only French.
This is not easy. Sure, I can more than get by, but I lack all the subtlety of
language that I am used to having with English. When I have something to add to
conversations, I know that my words are constantly falling short of my
thoughts. I know that I sound like a child. I know that it is difficult
sometimes for others to understand my accent. I am surrounded by people who do
... to Paris, where they will be waiting for me when my hike is over. I was able to lighten my backpack by 5.5lbs, which is major. Things that I didn’t need: an umbrella, a sleeping bag, a portable charger for my ipod, a third bra, a third t-shirt, a necklace, a bracelet, a canvas tote bag, a tube of mascara, a massage ball for my feet and one for my shoulders, my small camera tripod (which was very useful in Paris when I was alone), and extra cards that I had ...
... the days before. This is ********* my companions that it is on me, being that I am their junior by 40 years.
From Charost, we walked through Saint-Georges-sur-Arnon where we had a picnic lunch. My day old rice was about as delicious as day old rice sounds. This was certainly not the meal I had yesterday!
The walk today followed farm roads, and I just can’t stop marveling at the beauty of the poppies, which are by far my favorite wild ...
... be left alone to myself for a few hours.
Since they didn’t offer dinner at the chateau and did not allow me to use their kitchen, I had arranged to meet my male companion for dinner at the local café, which was also a pizzeria. It was nice getting some time to talk to him, as, before that point, I had mostly spoken to my female companions. I only wish that I was a better conversationalist in French. The waitress at the ...