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... day ever. By about 1 pm we reached St. Come d'Olt (Olt is the old way that Lot was spelt - wonder if it was changed by a dyslexic person a while back?) and we stopped for a refreshment break (having already had a picnic lunch break) at a little cafe and felt very relaxed. Only 7 kms more and all going well. This village is extremely charming. A notice proclaimed that it had been awarded one of the plus beaux villages de France, and it deserved it. It is on the Lot, ...
... far - everything worked easily - water pressure and temperature!!! In winter it is very snowy round here by the look of post cards and photos round the place. And a skiing area too....hard to imagine now. Dinner here in the hotel. Should be good, very friendly people. People always ask where we come from and it is always good to be Australian! Much preferable than English in French eyes!!! And they are always amazed at how far we have ...
... and we had a 500 ml carafe of good red wine. How perfect was that! To answer your beer question Paul, the beers are not home brewed, usually French or German brands. And I think we will feel like one pretty soon! ....Just returned from dinner. Total chaos! We had to go to the village, 600 metres away, to another hotel. On a Monday every man and his dog was there...but we had a hearty meal...again for half pension no choice, but we had quiche, followed by a meat ...
... Today's walk was just so beautiful. We are still high on a plateau with rolling hills on every side and continuous vistas of farmlands - still mainly dairy farming - and a series of small villages that we pass through. It was an "easy" walk, but had ups and downs all the time as nowhere is actually flat. Staying in an actual hotel tonight, and have had the best shower for a few days. It is still cool, and ...
Before describing today, I have to mention dinner last night. It was a communal meal en famille for all the guests, plus our hostess and husband and son (about 20) - 13 of us in all. There was another older woman in the kitchen (we guess mother or mother-in-law who didn't sit at the table. Very congenial and informal, but very French, and completely unlike any of our Spanish Camino experiences. First we had soup, we ladled our own from 2 huge tureens. Than having ...