Premiere Classe Bourges
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People who make things happen P and H.
I had been looking forward to meeting P. I was not disappointed.
A man with a clear idea for his business. Plus energy to make it happen, an eye
for detail. He came to fetch us from Ms Fawlty's accommodation house. Tall almost lanky and cheerful he got straight down to business. A man on a mission.
Teamed with H, a woman with a sharp mental image of what her customer wants ...
... more and more homes built around it, becoming Neuvy-Pailloux (or, the new town). In the 12th century the church was completely fortified, surrounded by a wall and four turrets, that disappeared some time in the 18th century. During the war, it was partially destroyed then later rebuilt in honor of those who gave their lives for France, as reflected in a large painting of Christ standing over a wounded French soldier with the town burning ...
... companions and I were lucky to stay here, as the hotel is usually closed for Pentecost, but they made an exception because we are pilgrims. They also charged us only half of the regular price, which is how we were able to afford to stay in a hotel. Tonight, I plan on getting very good sleep, as my bed is very comfortable, and the room is perfectly dark.
Total distance walked today: 27km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: 231km
... me that they didn’t usually make veggie pizza (usually only ham, which I really don’t like), but that she would search the kitchen for me. Topped with goat cheese and thinly sliced potatoes, it was the strangest pizza I have ever had. But, after the meal, she brought us large cups of ice cream, which was, obviously, delicious. During dinner, my female companions called to check on me. They worry about me as if I am their own ...
... three times before her body picked up her head and carried it to the local church where she then died. The town was renamed in her honor and the local church was built to house her relic, which was visited often by pilgrims seeking healing.
The church itself dates from the 10th century, and really there is nothing that spectacular about its architecture. However, the treasures inside the church are marvelous. The walls are adorned with five ...