Premiere Classe Vierzon
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This morning we went for a walk down the steep path from Sancerre and then to the right past the Eiffel Tower and back via the steps to the Marie and then back to our house. After lunch we drove to Aubigny-Sur-Nere about 40 kms to the north west through vineyards and cereal farming country. We passed through several small towns. Reaping of barley is well advanced ...
... came from many years of difficulty.
But, before now, I had never been truly immersed in the language. In Paris, I
met many people who spoke English, but in the countryside, English is very
rare. (As a side note, I would like to add that the guidebook claims that many
pilgrim refuges are English friendly. Well, if they mean that the host can say “Hello”
and “Thank you”, they are correct, but I haven’t met a single proprietor ...
... background. Really, the church represented a history of rural France, and I was glad that our hostess took the time to share its history with us.
After our little tour of the church, it was time for dinner. Let me tell you, this woman could really cook! The first course was a traditional soup made from a local prickly green plant that grows like a weed. The entrée was a savory French pastry filled with vegetable and crème fraiche, and my companions told me ...
"Sur le chemin spiritual, il ne faut rien chercher qui serait extraordinaire. L'extraordinaire est dans la profondeur de l’ordinaire!" –Karlfried Graf Durkheim
Last night when the kind lady drove me to the chateau, she invited me to breakfast with her family and my other companions. So my morning began by eating another excellent French breakfast. It doesn’t seem like French people ever eat hot breakfasts, but that ...
... is a good feeling. They asked the woman they were staying with to drive me to the chateau. And though it was only five minutes by foot, I accepted in order to ease their minds.
Tomorrow is the holiday of Pentecost, and we expect nearly everything to be closed, so we had to prepare a head of time what to eat and where stay.
Total distance walked today: 19km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...