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 ...
I had a room booked with the two ladies at a local house in Neuvy-Pailloux, but it had been booked too full for our male companion to stay with us. At a fork in the road, we parted ways, with the intention to meet again tomorrow.
When we arrived at our destination, we were greeted warmly by our hostess with homemade cherry tart and tea. We swapped stories and she showed us to our rooms. The house filled with good smells as she prepared ...
... before returning to the trail. Upon exiting Charost, we got a bit lost. There were four signs on the same post that told us to take a left and one lonely sign saying to go right. Which would you take? Well, we took the left path, and that took us about a km and a half out of the way, before we realized it wasn’t the right road and turned back. This added 3km to our walk today, which wasn’t so bad, but we were already planning on walking a bit further ...
The walking today was not very pleasant. The hike wasn't difficult; it just wasn’t very pretty. We walked along the road all day. The first few kilometers were through a forest, but it was damp and the mosquitos were out in full force. Once we emerged from the forest, we walked to a small town where there was a large supermarket (yay!) where we could purchase some supplies for lunch today and the next day. We also passed ...
... 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 ...