|We set off from St Privat-Allier through a woods|
|We knew that this beauty has been viewed by our sisters for centuries|
|We came to a small chapel|
|The companionship was wonderful|
|At the cafe, Peter came to our rescue|
|Many hills and valleys stretched our muscles|
That evening, we stayed at Peter's bed and breakfast. It is called the "Le Repos du Pelerin." We went to dinner in the attached restaurant and had the pilgrim's special which ended up being a gourmet three course meal for 16 euros. It was among the best meals I have ever eaten.
Our desert that evening was an apple tart served in the shape of a shell, the symbol of the pilgrims on the way to Santiago. As we prepared to leave the "Way to Santiago" and take our particular path to St Flour we were filled with excitement about what lay ahead.