Ibis Limoges Nord
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... br> lengths to prove to us how worldly they were. They had lived in France for
eight years, and when the woman slipped and called America “home”, she then
explained for ten minutes how America was not actually her home; France was her
home. Dinner conversation was interesting. The woman of the house spoke nearly
the entire time, and seemed not at all interested in what anybody else had to
say. She wanted to tell us about all ...
... the trail a few days before (“You must be the tall American girl who walked 52km in one day”) then shared lodgings with the night before in Limoges. It’s really neat how I can run into so many people that I “know”. Being a pilgrim really forces me to meet new people, which is something that I usually avoid.
After dinner, I found myself questioning whether or not I should continue on the same trail. I have heard people ...
... I didn't really know what to do with myself, so I window-shopped at the many porcelain shops in the city. Limoges is famous for its porcelain, and there are dealers everywhere selling it in varying quality. I also stopped at the grocery to buy ingredients to make dinner for myself and my companions.
After dinner, the sun was about an hour from setting, and I decided to visit the large gardens behind the cathedral. It had been so hot earlier in the day, that I ...
... starving, and I hoped it would be good. Of course, this is France, so the dinner was delicious. We were served first a soup made of that prickly weed, which was tasty. Then, she brought an enormous salad of pasta, lettuce, tomatoes, eggs, peas, carrots, potatoes, and chicken. She informed us that the lettuce, tomatoes, eggs, peas, potatoes, and chicken all came from the farm. In fact, one of the adorable little chickens I had been petting earlier was on my plate. I guess this is why ...
... I was able to stay on the trail all day with no problems. The trail was also really well marked, which was a nice change. As I walked, I passed a lot of deer tracks, so I decided to walk as quietly as possible to see if I could spot some. Sure enough, I saw a really cute baby deer. While I was watching the little faun, I saw something much less cute: a very large wild boar! My first thought was of Game of Thrones and that the thing was going to charge me, but, I ...