Hotel Restaurant Le Relais Du Moulin
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and finished tonight. We checked out the shops, which were really nice, but didn't see anything I wanted to buy, thank god, there's no room for me to carry anything more, and the panniers are heavy enough. Enjoying a couple of beers in the afternoon sunshine has become quite a habit, John's particularly good at finding a bar, and finishing off my beer as well. Tomorrow we head to Orleans, about 60 kms away, but with a detour to Chambord, the most famous Chateau in the ...
After breakfast with our gracious host, we rejoined with our
fourth companion and again began our walk. Today was difficult for me because
it was very sunny, and I have never done well in the sun. It just absolutely
fatigues me, and I felt every kilometer in its blazing rays. From the small
village of Neuvy-Pailloux, we walked to the large town of Chateauroux. Walking
to large towns is always a mixed bag. I know that there will be plenty ...
... in the 1950’s, then partially restored in the 1990’s. During the 1990’s restoration, they uncovered sarcophaguses from the 10th century with jewelry and burial pots that they sent to the Louvre. They also discovered a magnificent fresco of the benevolent Christ. When the church had first been built, the homes of the local farmers were 2-3km away, but during the Hundred Years War, they began to fortify the church with walls. As the ...
... companions and I were lucky to stay here, as the hotel is usually closed for Pentecost, but they made an exception because we are pilgrims. They also charged us only half of the regular price, which is how we were able to afford to stay in a hotel. Tonight, I plan on getting very good sleep, as my bed is very comfortable, and the room is perfectly dark.
Total distance walked today: 27km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: 231km
... centuries including Diane de Poitiers, Catherine de' Medici and Cesar of Vendome. The most dramatic room was the black and white room of Louise of Lorraine, wife of Henri III, who retired to Chenonceau to mourn after the king was assassinated.
After a quick stop for a hot drink and a tarte citron (yum), we headed to the farm and potager garden. Of course it started to drizzle again but we are hardy travellers.
Our next destination was ...