Ibis Budget Le Puy-En-Velay
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 ...
... IS extremely well marked....red and white markers on trees, fences, posts, and warnings where not to go, plus actual signposts now and then with Chemin St. Jacques, and kms to next town....BLISS to be sure you are on track. We are now waiting for the Gite to open at 4 pm, with many other people. We did have a drink at a bar nearby, but came back here to wait and found that their wifi extends out to the courtyard!! Actually it seems to ...
... The emperor Napoleon III gave them to the bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay ...We climbed the many stairs inside it and had the view from the top! Amazing. It was the biggest statue in the world (I think) until the Statue of Liberty was built. Beautiful views of Le Puy and surrounds. Then we went to look at another high point. This one the Rocher Saint Michel d'Aiguilhe. This is a chapel dedicated to st Michel built in the 10th century, also ...
... and in Le Puy we have seen our first shell markers in the pavement. We are at a very pleasant hotel, and here for 2 nights. A rather mysterious hot water and shower system, but that just goes with the wonders of travel. Such a pretty town. Ventured into the centre for a light meal tonight. Found a place that had salads and looked good. And it was, but can you believe it - in the same room as us were a couple of Australian doctors - the sort ...
... 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 ...