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Travel Blogs from Limoges
When we set off from Barcelona at what felt like seven a.m. - though it was really about nine - we knew that we'd be in for the long haul of drives. We're no legendary drivers, but we've slowly accumulated a better resistance to long hours on the road. Sophie and I are fine in the back, keeping ourselves entertained with a plethora of electronics …
rather simple day today, stocking up again and TRYING to sort out our
Gas! Eventually finding our way to Ourdour Sur Glane for the night
where Dan felt a little unmanned by the highly organised Motorhomer
parked next door giving us all sorts of hints and tricks. The
following morning we took off to the 'Village Martyr' which ...
arrived shortly after Lunch in our home for the next week. La
Guyonie, a Dairy farm in Haute Charente (Middle of France really).
This is a 52h piece of land run by a Dutch Family of 5. Jon, Petra,
Perine (9), Isabella (5) and Marc (3). This is part of the program
'Helpx' where you do some work in exchange for food and lodgings.
This is all over the world, and we chose this one particularly as
Ella would ...
... 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 – ...
On June 10, 1944, The SS Panzer Division Das Reich, killed all 642 residents, including women and children in the French village of Oradour-sur- Glane. Today it is preserved In exactly the condition it was left in 1944. The reason for this massacre is unclear but it is widely believed that it was ...