Ibis Styles Le Puy-En-Velay Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... there and are expected to purchase something. As well as masses of farm products they also have loads of wine from 3.50e upwards!!
We were glad we had electricity as the site is at about 1200m and it was very cold - when we woke up everything was white with frost - glittering in the sunlight ,with the valleys full of mist.
... walk on, unbelievable! After the museum, we walked around the theatres. They were built in the first century A.D. So we are walking around stones that were put up around 2,000 years ago. I love it!
After looking around there, we headed into old Lyon for some lunch. Then we walked over to the River Saone for a 1 hour boat ride up the river and back. Lots of old buildings ...
Well today was a very long and arduous day...very up and down but it always seems more up than down. We were up early and off after breakfast, for 8am. And boy oh boy was it freezing quite a heavy frost on the ground, our hands were freezing so we had to step it out to warm up. By the way a fruit and vegetable market had set up outside our hotel... Wonderful produce to buy and all the village ladies with ...
... and delightful moose. Good French food is spectacular. Simple but special. Tomorrow is a full day of 24 km.. Probably not too steep just gentle undulations... Should be good.. Btw. Weather so far has been perfect . Gentle cool breeze all the way. Sometimes threatening rain but so far never anything more than a drizzle.. Will let you know how tomorrow goes as it's probably our first quite long walk. Night night all... ...
Today we left madams country home to our destination Ministrol via Saint Privat d' Allier...guess what? After let's say perhaps 6.5 km we were lost...lost in the French pine Forrest ... An older French man came driving down our mountainous goat track in a belingo van and asked us (in French) were we walking the camino..of course we replied ...yes and in full blown French we suspect he said" you are going the wrong way" with that we gave him our map and said well just where ...