le Chalet d'en Ho
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We set off this morning at about 8.30, feeling strong and ready for our day! I felt specially good as had slept well, and (without getting too medical!) had taken only half my beta blocker which does help not to have to plod slowly up hills - in fact I felt quite frisky! And the day started beautifully, cool and clear (again not a cloud in the sky) and we almost bounded up the first hill out of St. Chély. We knew we had a longish day - 24 kms - as we were going to ...
Amr says he thinks today was the best walk so far. It was again gorgeous countryside. The book said "moderate" today rather than easy, and I think it was because we had to descend right down a mountainside on rather uneven stony path. In fact I think we have just crossed the Aubrac mountains, having been high up there for the last few days. We left leisurely as it was only 17 kms, and turned out to be 18, but the shortest day so far. Left at 9 ...
We have had a truly great day - for once the predicted distance of 27 kms was more than Amr's machine that measures our progress - it says 26.5!! We left soon after 8 am and it is very cold in the mornings - looked like frost, and we certainly needed fleeces. The book said easy for today, and it was really, still undulating, but nothing too strenuous, and it was a glorious day! Not a cloud in the sky, but though sunny and sparkling, not too hot for walking - just perfect. ...
Today was fabulous! We woke and found that a night's sleep did wonders, no stiffness or sore feet, and bouncing ready to go! We walked 22.2 kms, and arrived here in Aumont-Aubrac soon after 2 pm. This is a real town with a mairie and post office and we are about to explore. Shouldn't take long as it is very small, but it is a pretty place, and we have to find somewhere for dinner, as tonight it is not part of ...
... weather, but today at lunch we were cold and put on fleeces, and despite uphill walks, I didn't need to take it off, and now am sitting snuggled in woollen top plus fleece! I love it! There are quite a lot of people walking, and quite a few who are going all the way to St. Jean-Pied-de-Port, but mostly French, not as international as it was in Spain. And not as many people. But we are starting to see the same people appearing along the track and the camaraderie is ...