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... and stopped in Nottingham (small world) his name was Barnard.
For thoise that don't know about Oradour see below......
On 10 June 1944, the village of Oradour-sur-Glane in Haute-Vienne in then Nazi occupied France was destroyed, when 642 of its inhabitants, including women and children, were massacred by a Nazi Waffen-SScompany. A new village was ...
A dutch greeting by the owner of the camp who was happy to show us everything. I needed to wash our sheets and was determined despite the weather to go ahead with this task. I put the washing on and preceded to cook dinner and at about the time the sheets were due to be finished the heavens opened once more. It was torrential. When it eased a little I asked Kerry if he would collect them for me. On his return he casually said, "you wouldn't believe it, there was a ...
I took nearly no pictures today because my camera was out of
batteries. We walked mostly through farm lands with a lot of cows. It was hot (about
87 degrees) and there was very little shade. This is not my favorite scenery or
weather to walk through.
When we finally arrived in the town of our destination, la
Coquille, we were totally beat. We knew that our lodgings were across from the
church, but we couldn’t see a ...
... how beautiful Le Puy trail is, and I really wanted to see it. I have also heard that Le Puy is much better marked, so if I wanted to walk alone, it would be difficult to get lost. However, after talking to one of my companions, I changed my mind. She pinpointed the fact that I was considering the change simply out of fear (of getting lost), and that I needed to have confidence in myself. She told me that I should consider finding new companions to walk ...
... very interesting Renaissance construction that featured Hercules and nude nymphs not your typical Christian cathedral themes. Yet, in the times of the Renaissance, when all things Classical were nearly worshiped, their placement in a church was not pagan, but an honor to the sacred nature of the place. It was never forgotten that these symbols of pagan Europe were eventually dominated by the Church.
I spent part of the day walking around Limoges in a somewhat ...