Le Pre Bossu
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... spectacular! You will see from photos, but of course they never do it justice. We left at 8.30 and got here at about 3 pm which wasn't bad, with a stop at a bar (for Amr to have some wifi really) and a lunch stop....munching on French bread and cheese is divine when you have been walking hard uphill. We are staying at a little guesthouse, B and B type place, with a very cheerful woman who was chatting and ...
... at 4 pm and took forever to check everyone in, some just drop-in hopefuls that he helped by ringing other places....we finally got into our room, and are happily unwinding. Dinner is here tonight, so now downtime. Have to add a little about dinner. It seems that this is a Gite just for walkers, and we have found out that we have one of the double rooms, but most are in group sleeping rooms.... So there was a communal dinner at 7 pm..we were ...
... seeing towns with Haute-Loire, and realise we are near the Loire, not near the chateaux, but getting closer to the source. Another thing that is special to Le Puy is lace. It is famous for lace and has shops selling doilies and tablecloths etc. We had spied out a place where we wanted to eat tonight, and just after 7 when they open we bowled up and were the first in. We were SO lucky as after that no one without a reservation got in! We had ...
... feet were still dragging, but by then it was time to go to lunch. This was the last of our special dining experiences! We had booked this restaurant - L'Ourson Qui Boit - at the advice of our friendly French waitress at Tapa Vino - our favourite dining (and wining) place near Circular Quay. Our flagging bodies perked up with the promise of this special treat, and it really was. 3 courses (2 choices of each) for €18 - don't like to ...
... 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 ! ...