le Chalet d'en Ho
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... Gorges du Tarn were often smooth, wide (for a change) and few campervans. At Rimeize our accommodation is on a working farm, including hissing geese. Yes we have a big double room & a big bathroom and a perfectly comfortable dining area, but the town is 4kms away. A delightful change to the town-based hotels and apartments we've had so ...
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 ...
... arrived here just before 3 pm, including a coffee/hot chocolate stop, and a lunch stop. It was not the sort of path where you walked fast, as before the descent there was a lot of gradual uphill, still in the open countryside and still amongst the cows (and lots of calves). Then we went through forested parts before descending through the trees to this very pretty little village. Now having a beer in the bar having had I think the best ...
... and we had a 500 ml carafe of good red wine. How perfect was that! To answer your beer question Paul, the beers are not home brewed, usually French or German brands. And I think we will feel like one pretty soon! ....Just returned from dinner. Total chaos! We had to go to the village, 600 metres away, to another hotel. On a Monday every man and his dog was there...but we had a hearty meal...again for half pension no choice, but we had quiche, followed by a meat ...
... a fleece most of the day! Much colder than Spain was at the same time. It is so good to feel in the groove of walking! We have another long day tomorrow and then several shorter ones, but don't have a rest day till we get to Conques which is in another 6 days I think. We are in heaven! We have now moved out of the Auvergne and are in Languedoc-Roussillon - these are the areas - and have moved from the ...