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... us to use, and the town had no stores. So, the guys opted to each bread and cheese from their sacks for dinner. I had a little of this and then asked the kitchen chef if, instead of the typical 6-course meal as the only option, would he make me a plate of French fries? He was very kind, and as he had no other customers that night, told me that I could come back at 7pm and my fries would be waiting for me. The fries were very delicious, and I ate ...
... a thick accent. He immediately said that English would be
better for him, and we agreed that worked for us as well. As soon as he started
speaking English, I knew that he was an American. I told him I was from the US,
but he did not mention that he was an American until my companions directly
asked him. He and his wife were the first two Americans I have met since Paris.
However, they were not keen on being seen as Americans, and they went ...
... 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 ...
Day 30 –
Today, we planned or a very short day of walking due to the unpleasant nature of the walk which was supposed to take us through suburbs and factories. I suggested that instead of taking three busses that we take the train from Saint Leonard de Noblat, and all my companions were on board with this idea. So I walked alone through 14km of rolling farm country on a cloudy day,with plans to meet my companions in Limoges. I passed an interesting little spot in ...
... 1664. The countryside is hilly and more fertile than Beaujolais...Fredo says they grow a lot of corn for the Limosin cattle and also Chestnuts and Canola. But it's the truffles and Foie Gras that they are most famous for producing. We are having salmon and new potatoes and salad for supper and tomorrow we are leaving early to take JF to the train station to go to Paris. The weather is supposed to be sunny all ...