Inter Hotel Bristol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... a very charming and almost bustling small town. Was rushing while writing in the Office de Tourisme as they were about to close, but now at the bar where we are having a beer, there is excellent wifi, so will add a bit more detail. It was such a beautiful day. Cool - 10° - when we set out from our little town perched on the side of a hill, but we soon heated up with the energetic walking. The first two-thirds ...
... late as thought it was 7.30, but heard all the hustle and bustle, so came in time for the entree which was - yes again - lentil salad, and a delicious seafoody terrine. Followed by slabs of fatty pork (I can't remember the name of what it probably is - rather bacon-like) and sausage, with huge and yum roasted potato with a white cheese sauce, then a cheese plate of local cheeses, and a tinned (or not fresh) fruit salad. Quite fun and ...
... 8364;17) and it was superb! Lentils featured a lot as that is another thing Le Puy is known for (Puy lentils), and again these dishes were SO artistic as well as delicious. We both had a lentil salad, with salmon and veg, and Amr had a sausage main and I had veal. Now back, showered, sticks and hats ready to go, bags packed, ready for tomorrow's walk. Meant to be 24 kms, and mostly uphill....hopefully today's MANY steps will have been good ...
... cheeses and patisseries... So after coffee and a croissant there we actually caught a metro rather than walk - first to the train station where our train yesterday would have terminated (alas no hat at the lost property office!) then went on to the Museum of Arts Decoratif and Fabrics. This was a good decision, as the weather did exactly as predicted and started raining - just morning showers. Good and interesting museum, but have to admit ...
... and saw the fireman shutting the roads around the volcanic outcrops so our camp,site was on the right side of town for viewing. This was confirmed as we got near the campsite and everyone was finding their spot right outside our campsite. We made a quick drink and grabbed our camping chairs to join the locals on the roadside. Wow! Do the French celebrate Bastille Day ! ...