Novotel Limoges Le Lac
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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in their 40’s and the other it 57 with children my age. This is their first
time on the pilgrimage route, and they have walked here from their front doors
in Holland. One is a teacher who works with special needs children and the
other is and architect. The teacher is also a lover of flowers and says that he
has over 150 species of wild flowers in his garden. As we walked, he collected
seeds from interesting flowers that he ...
... talked a bit about the trail and walked together for the next 5km until I reached my destination. I wished him good luck, and he continued on.
When I arrived at the bed and breakfast, it was a very lovely house. I was surprised by how big, clean, and well-furnished it was. I told the woman that I had reservations with Mr. K and she showed me into an absolutely beautiful bedroom with a four poster bed and private bathroom. The whole room was ...
... the gardens in hopes of a cooler evening. This turned out to be the right choice. Not only were the gardens beautiful at sunset, but the weather turned to a perfect 75 with a light breeze. My camera died in the middle of taking photos; otherwise, I may never have stopped taking photos of this magnificent garden. I thoroughly enjoyed all my sightseeing today!
Total distance walked today: 15km (then took 11 by the train)
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... at 30 euros a night to sleep in a dormitory with 10 people, and the meal was 22 euros. Considering there isn't anywhere to get food for miles, you would be required to buy the meal. As my companions said, "Ce n’est pas normal."
It wasn’t so bad not taking the trail, as the road lead to the same place. However, I wish that I had been able to leave the road for a bit because the countryside was so beautiful, I am sure the trail would have been more so. The ...
... I returned again to le Relais Saint Goussaud, where I bid my brief hosts goodbye and told them to look out for my friends at midday, and to let them know that I had stopped there. The kind proprietor also informed me that the climb was over, and that it would be a downhill walk the rest of the way to Chatelus-le-Marcheix.
The walk was downhill, and after cooling off for a bit in the restaurant, it was a lot easier. I arrived in town just after 11am, and ...