Le Lion D'Or
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
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... a thick accent. He immediately said that English would be
better for him, and we agreed that worked for us as well. As soon as he started
speaking English, I knew that he was an American. I told him I was from the US,
but he did not mention that he was an American until my companions directly
asked him. He and his wife were the first two Americans I have met since Paris.
However, they were not keen on being seen as Americans, and they went ...
... with them trying to wake myself. When we arrived at a small town, they decided to stop at a butcher shop, and we parted ways with plans to meet at our lodgings for the night. I stopped by the church in the small town, which was quite old, but had some very modern renovations that did it no favors. However, I arrived about 15min before mass began, and a kind nun saw me walking with my backpack and offered me a stamp for my book and some cold water. I ...
... I went straight to the cathedral.
Now, in my personal opinion, the inside of the cathedral does not come close to rivaling the cathedral of Bourges, but the fašade is amazing. Construction began in the 13th century and continued through the 19th c., but the fašade, is Gothic in all its glory. The sheer number of gargoyles gave me the chills in the best way possible. Inside, most of the remaining works are 19th century, but under the organ there ...
... at 30 euros a night to sleep in a dormitory with 10 people, and the meal was 22 euros. Considering there isn't anywhere to get food for miles, you would be required to buy the meal. As my companions said, "Ce n’est pas normal."
It wasn’t so bad not taking the trail, as the road lead to the same place. However, I wish that I had been able to leave the road for a bit because the countryside was so beautiful, I am sure the trail would have been more so. The ...
... return to visit and remember the atrocity which occurred in the old village.
After a nice lunch of quiche and chocolate cake sitting on the grass overlooking the memorial town we headed to Rocamadour this time on more minor roads which were very pretty. The fascinating village was a famous pilgrimage site which dated back originally to the paleolithic age. From 1172 the site was devoted to Saint Amadour ...