Hotel Ibis Chateauroux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... because the trail was lined with stone art made by locals.
As we entered Crozant, we again met with a couple who we have seen at nearly every stage so far. They did not yet have a place to stay in the town, so we bid them to come with us to see if our inn would have an extra room. They were in luck, and the inn had one spare room for a couple. That night, we all ate at the inn’s fabulous little restaurant where everyone ...
... my surroundings as much as I should have.
Gargilesse is beautiful. It’s hard to describe the charms of this tiny town, which has been voted one of the most beautiful in France (like Vezelay). It borders the Cruese River and sits atop a hill overlooking the river valley. The old buildings, surrounded by flowers, had an uncultivated beauty only time can give. It was notably once home to Georges Sand, a remarkable 19th c. woman ...
... of the hills. We also saw three chateaus today, which were pretty spectacular. The first chateau we passed was the smallest, but still pretty with its large turrets. To my eyes, it looked 17th century. Across the street from the chateau was a remodeled carriage house, as we took photos, the young proprietor pulled up in his car and offered us a bit of history. He said that the chateau was a real chateau, but that the old family did ...
... a French Walmart) where I was able to get a smoothie for breakfast and a delicious salad to carry for lunch. After that, I felt a lot better about the day’s prospects even if it was going to be a hot day.
We got lost three times today. Well, we weren’t really lost, but we had to backtrack a bit. The first time, we walked right past the sign and didn’t notice. Then, when we came to the road, we knew that we had taken the wrong ...
... 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 ...