Hotel Ibis Chateauroux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Chateauroux
... the cascading streams.We saw plants we had not seen before on our hike. When we were absolutely fatigued, we rounded a corner and could finally see the ruins of the Crozant towers. The beauty of the view made us instantly forget our fatigue as we walked the last 5km. It is easy to see how hundreds of artists were inspired to paint here. The natural beauty, the ruins, and the sweeping views from the cliffs are unforgettable. The last few km were ...
... thought that it was hilarious that I had not picked up on this during the conversation; I had honestly thought that the second woman was his sister. We all had a good laugh about the strangeness of the home and the apparent harem the man was cultivating for himself.
Since I have been on the trail, I have had so many diverse experiences with lodgings. Sometimes the homes are lovely and clean, but the hosts are not welcoming. Other times the hosts ...
... for an hour discussing the contents of his gallery before escorting us back to his home. Once inside, he kept us talking while standing at the door for another half an hour. At this point, we hadn’t sat down since our walk nor taken off our shoes, and all I could think about it how much I wanted to be offered some cold water and a chair. As soon as I could do so politely, I excused myself to my room, where I took a long nap before dinner.
... 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 be more accustomed to American culture than that of their home
countries. But now, many of them remember very well their lives back home. I
really feel for them, and I can’t imagine what these experiences would be like
at such a young age, when one’s coping mechanisms are still very delicate.
Anyway…back to the trail…
We made frequent stops along the trail today due to the
difficulty of the route and heat. My ...