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Thursday 18th June 2015
THE BLOG WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL TOMORROW MORNING DUE TO EXCESSIVE ALCOHOL!!!
OK We thought it better to leave the blog last night as we were both tired and had drunk a little too much French Lager - the name of which escapes me.
Anyway we set off from Marmande to travel to Limoges where we were stopping overnight.
En route ...
... needed to be recognised and the people of this village remembered. To preserve the memory of this drama the martyr village of Oradour sur Glane has been preserved in the same state since 1944. We wandered through the village and it is a sad place to be. In the cemetery you find many of the men, women and children who died on that day buried here. It was sobering to see and everyone was very quiet as they walked the streets. The germans were going to try the men ...
in their 40’s and the other it 57 with children my age. This is their first
time on the pilgrimage route, and they have walked here from their front doors
in Holland. One is a teacher who works with special needs children and the
other is and architect. The teacher is also a lover of flowers and says that he
has over 150 species of wild flowers in his garden. As we walked, he collected
seeds from interesting flowers that he ...
... was actually pretty comfortable. I then took a shower in the best shower I have ever seen with multiple faucets at every angle and a rain simulator. Ahh, comfort. Tired as I was, I laid down for a nap. I slept for about 20min when I heard a knock at the door, and I opened it to find the proprietor with my companions. She said that since we were not three, but four (I hadn’t been sure if my fourth companion was actually going to lodge with us or not) that ...
... I didn't really know what to do with myself, so I window-shopped at the many porcelain shops in the city. Limoges is famous for its porcelain, and there are dealers everywhere selling it in varying quality. I also stopped at the grocery to buy ingredients to make dinner for myself and my companions.
After dinner, the sun was about an hour from setting, and I decided to visit the large gardens behind the cathedral. It had been so hot earlier in the day, that I ...