Chambres d'Hotes a Nouic
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Travel Blogs from Nouic
... food, good company and plenty of wine. One of the ladies was surprised with a birthday cake...and it was funny to hear Happy Birthday sung in French! They also bought their two 3 mth old puppies into dinner with them..cute little bundles of fluff. Ana Marie happily accepts pets into her home as well. We were up reasonably early the next morning, and after the traditional breakfast we set off to do a self guided tour of the town. We saw ...
... set off once again. We arrived in St JPDP at about 7:30 and quickly checked into our Hotel rooms and went to find somewhere to have dinner. There are many people in the town, which is quite large and busy, but not in a commercial sense with heavy traffic and the like. Many walkers and a few Pilgrims walking with their backpacks, walking poles/sticks and Scallop shells hanging off their backpacks, signifying they ...
... br> old village of Oradour, which saw the terrible massacre in 1944 where
Nazi Soldiers killed almost all villagers (over 600, over 200
children) and set it ablaze. The Village remains as it was, burnt out
cars, the old tram lines, electrical ploes from the 40's old homes
and shops near destroyed but very eerie as you can see ...
... little more in the way. Dan fixed some electrical
problems (yay!) and cleaning up outside, and I spent most of the time
inside cleaning, whilst we both worked on clearing, painting a room
for storage. Unfortunately I fell ill om the Wednesday, don't know
what it was but through Dr Google I would assume it was a Sinus
Infection or tonsillitis (Terrible throat, very painful head and
earache, and very exhausted and ...
... laneways of Domme, we discovered a way of life that we found difficult to imagine. People still live within its aged stone walls. There was a large hospital that takes up about one tenth of the town. The old church was built in the twelfth century and has been renovated a number of times over the centuries. It stood majestically only meters away from the main look out over the Dordogne valley – the view was breathtaking – ...