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... 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 ...
too much/too little light, quite amusing). Isabella turned out to be
Ella's bestie (most of the time!) and she spoke some English so it
was easy for Ella to get by. (She also speaks Dutch and French...aged
5, sheesh!) Little Marc was like no other, and unfortunately Isabella
and Ella were not so keen to have him in their club! You could pop
this boy on YouTube, Huge Smile, big blue eyes and blond hair ...
The morning broke with less fog – we could actually see the Dordogne River today.
We're off to the little ancient walled village of Domme today. This quaint town sits upon a large mountain with spectacular views. We started on the road from Beynac to Domme but needed to deviate off the chosen route as the usual road was closed due to road works. We took a punt and followed a narrow road hoping it would lead in the right ...
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 ...
... offered to cook us a three course French meal for dinner so we happily shopped for local mushrooms, fattened duck breasts, enormous garlic bulbs, wine, homemade pate and of course cheese . We also purchased a dessert of light and fluffy choux pastry cake with crème Chantilly and toffee.
Then back in the truck and off to our gorgeous home where we enjoyed a lunch of baguettes with local cheeses and homemade pates.
Beynac really is breathtaking and ...