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- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... sought, and they had no idea. So, I searched for 15 minutes to find the first hotel listed in the guide book. I rang the doorbell and the woman who answered at first said that she had no rooms. Then, I think she took one look at the condition I was in: covered in mud and bird ****, looking like I was about to drop, and she changed her mind. She said that they did have one room, but because it was for a couple it was quite expensive. At this point, I would have given her a bag of gold ...
... hoped that I did not find the French people too strange. I told her that people had been mostly very polite and helpful since I have been here. She gave me the advice to talk to people whenever I can because otherwise the trail would be a lonely place for me. At the end of breakfast, she wished me well and we "faisons les bisous".
I went back to my dorm, where I found that the family who stayed there the night before had left quite a mess in the kitchen. ...
... jam, eggs, and tea. After yesterday, this was all very welcome. During breakfast, I met other pilgrims who came to the welcome center. All of them were over 50, with varying lengths of their journeys. One man, in his sixties, had walked to Vezelay all the way from Holland. He intended to walk all the way to Santiago in Spain, a journey of some 4000km. He also walks solo, which he claimed was the best way to see nature, animals, and reflect on life.
... kindness of strangers.
The walk was beautiful and challenging. What the guide book called hilly, we would call mountainous in Minnesota. It was all fields of wheat and cattle farms along the way. I passed through maybe four towns that were about as picturesque as you can imagine. They still had the old narrow medieval streets and no building looked to be less than 200 years old. People greeted me kindly as I passed through, even the people ...
I have added a couple more photos and I am testing to see if these are available if you look at the previous file I sent you, We need to test all this out very well before we make decisions on what is the best to use. It takes time to work it all ...