Inter Hotel Arion
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Inter Hotel Arion Limoges
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... she’d been to and how she
had been on a pilgrimage of her own by boat, train, plane, and car. My
companions, humorously said, “That’s not called a pilgrimage; that’s called
traveling.” The joke pleased us, but she was not amused. Twice, my companions
offered up anecdotes about Holland, to which she replied, “I know, we have
hosted many people from Holland.” Um, that’s not how you make conversation. ...
... how beautiful Le Puy trail is, and I really wanted to see it. I have also heard that Le Puy is much better marked, so if I wanted to walk alone, it would be difficult to get lost. However, after talking to one of my companions, I changed my mind. She pinpointed the fact that I was considering the change simply out of fear (of getting lost), and that I needed to have confidence in myself. She told me that I should consider finding new companions to walk ...
... the gardens in hopes of a cooler evening. This turned out to be the right choice. Not only were the gardens beautiful at sunset, but the weather turned to a perfect 75 with a light breeze. My camera died in the middle of taking photos; otherwise, I may never have stopped taking photos of this magnificent garden. I thoroughly enjoyed all my sightseeing today!
Total distance walked today: 15km (then took 11 by the train)
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... 8217;t name farm animals. I called him Mr. Plucky. After the salad, she brought us a large plate of sausage and a bowl of mashed potatoes. She said that the sausage was also made on the farm. I took a very small amount to please her, but eating just a little bit made me feel a bit nauseous. There’s a lot of animal fat in sausage to which I am just not accustomed. Dessert was a lovely apple tart made with apples from her own orchard and drizzled with some sort of apple liquor ...
... bit of noise, and he ran in the opposite direction. It was pretty cool to see some wild life.
Today, my left foot was killing me. For the past two weeks, the pain has been slowly growing. It felt like the arch support in my shoe was hitting in the wrong spot. What began as a mild annoyance grew to pain, and it felt like I was walking on a golf ball. So, a few km into my walk today, I sat down on the trail and ripped the insole from my show. It was so ...