Logis des Rives de l'Arzon
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No wifi at the Gite today, so we are using the Tourist Office and will try to be quick! We have had a just wonderful day!! The book said it was hard, so we were prepared (mentally). Yesterday was moderate. But today was not as far - they said 19 kms, but Amr's iPhone said it was 21.5. But the difficult part was the very steep climb down into a gorge and then the long and endless climb up. But the scenery was worth ...
... 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 ...
Woke this morning knowing that we had all day to explore the town, sort ourselves out for walking tomorrow, and with no deadlines, bookings to keep, or trains to catch. Bliss! And it is amazing, or at least we had not expected, it is so Camino orientated....we see pilgrim walkers a lot, and street markers and are getting very excited and in the mood! The cathedral here is a shrine in its own right and is quite spectacular, set up high on a rock. ...
... and in Le Puy we have seen our first shell markers in the pavement. We are at a very pleasant hotel, and here for 2 nights. A rather mysterious hot water and shower system, but that just goes with the wonders of travel. Such a pretty town. Ventured into the centre for a light meal tonight. Found a place that had salads and looked good. And it was, but can you believe it - in the same room as us were a couple of Australian doctors - the sort ...
... 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 ! ...