Le Chateau d'Allot
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... night market tonight and then it’s back to this year’s Tour de France and multi- national guests with the heat wave set to continue.
There is an addendum to this. We ended up at another night market at Vianne again with Odile and John and with friends. We had a great impromptu evening drinking Buzet rose and dancing with obscure Frenchmen! Travelled home early and met Michel’s Cameroon guests. It was only a week, but almost another complete ...
Sarlat's Saturday market is the biggest in the Dordogne region so that was to be our morning's adventure before heading west to Saint Emilion. We hadn't spent a lot of time in Sarlat, just two evenings for dinner in fact, since we had enjoyed so much of the natural surroundings and smaller villages in the Dordogne. But Sarlat had certainly come alive on market day. We were checked out of our hotel and in ...
Day 39 –
We left today as a group of three, my two companions and myself, with the group of four not far behind us. In fact, when we stopped at a local church about 8km down the road, the group of four caught up with us. It's here that we also met again with the camping-car pilgrim, who asked if he could walk with us again. We then walked as a group of four until the next small town where we stopped to eat. At this point, ...
... us at the end of the day, the three of shared our disbelief at the way his wife was treated.
We arrived in Pellegrue for lunch, and this was the first village in a while that actually seemed to have something going on. Despite the rain, there was an outdoor fair with people cooking up barbecue and children riding ponies. We stopped at a café for some drinks, and the owners seemed strangely annoyed that we had picked their café. As soon as the last drop was ...
... weather gets bad and the walk gets more difficult, I have started to try to distract myself by thinking about other things. I write in my head as I go, then spend some time at night typing out what I came up with. It tends to work really well at keeping my mind off of the things I am trying to avoid thinking about such as: how many more kilometers I have to walk, how hot it is, and how many more hills are ahead. I would like to say that I spend every moment in the moment, but ...