Ibis Moulins Sud
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... there, as it was now a hotel. His family, however, had lived in the village for hundreds of years and his great great…great grandfather was known for killing a wolf. He said that if we walked a bit further, we would see an old farm house with a plaque, which was commemorated the spot where the wolf was killed. This is some real Old World stuff and I loved hearing the story. Sure enough, we found the plaque.
The other two chateaus ...
... the town had literally been 30 feet from where we had met the two women. There’s something about walking back that just seems to take ten times longer. It wasn’t terrible, but it’s never fun missing the trail!
I had a bit of a hard time today because it was so hot. I know that as I go further south and it gets later into summer that I will have an even harder time. I have never been able to tolerate the heat, and my ...
... with two beds, two desks, and a table in the
kitchen. Not bad, right? Wrong. There are no sheets, blankets, or pillows for
the beds. There are no towels or soap for the bathroom. There are no pots or
utensils in the kitchen. It is an empty apartment, which would have been nice
to know ahead of time. Its location is also terrible. We are in the middle of
and Arab banlieue, far from the town center and cathedral. Because of this, I
have had no time ...
... more and more homes built around it, becoming Neuvy-Pailloux (or, the new town). In the 12th century the church was completely fortified, surrounded by a wall and four turrets, that disappeared some time in the 18th century. During the war, it was partially destroyed then later rebuilt in honor of those who gave their lives for France, as reflected in a large painting of Christ standing over a wounded French soldier with the town burning ...
... for a while with no luck.) After finding a patisserie to eat breakfast in warmth, we also lucked out (we thought) and found a dump station that fits our camper. Even better luck, found a warden who can give us a token to use it. (Many dump stations here cost money, don't take cash and require a credit card with an electronic chip. Our American cards don't have them.) So we get hooked up, start to dump and the tube from the ...