Appart Vacances La Roche Posay
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... has got me thinking about the country and people of France in general. In many ways I feel a kinship with the French. They prefer things quiet and stoic to the point where they will ask someone to leave who is talking on their phone on a train. My antisocial tendencies really appreciate that. However, there are few smiles and I can’t remember hearing any laughter here.
There is also a great deal of pride in being French. Pride isn’t always a bad thing but ...
... else I believe. It was, "“They say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time." I think it’s important that those who died in Oradour sur Glane never be forgotten. I want to be part of carrying that memory on, no matter how heavy it may be.
Since tomorrow is Armistice Day (end of WW1) or Veteran’s Day for you Americans, all of the churches will ...
... point was the Eglise. The inside was a masterpiece of painting. It made no pretence of being artistically wonderful, but all the same, it was magnificent. A joy to behold.
And in the new town, a Saturday morning market. A real everyday French market. Stalls with everyday needs - food, clothes, shoes and handbags. And hugely busy. The French were shopping for the week.
Tomorrow we start the last lap - the meander up to Calais, past Paris and avoiding illegal ...
... of time for conversation and getting to know each other well.
The family day allowed parent to use the heated pool with their children, and play a variety of games with them. For adults there was football (soccer), ping-pong, pétanque, and other outdoor games. The members from Martinique offered their usual treats as refreshments: pastries both savory and sweet, fruit ...
We took the morning off from cooking and drove to Tours for market day. The Tours market is a showcase of local products (this area is known as the breadbasket of France) and the bounty of the rest of the country as well. The fresh vegetables, cheeses and meats are second to none.