Inter Hotel Le Boeuf Rouge
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... the same meal as us but also had the full carafe of wine - and then drove off!!!!
The roads were good again - the French drivers although manic in towns always pull over to enable bikers to pass them!
Before arriving at Limoges we visited the historical town of Oradour-sur-Glane we got chatting there to a French Biker who had visited England the ...
... 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 ...
... talked a bit about the trail and walked together for the next 5km until I reached my destination. I wished him good luck, and he continued on.
When I arrived at the bed and breakfast, it was a very lovely house. I was surprised by how big, clean, and well-furnished it was. I told the woman that I had reservations with Mr. K and she showed me into an absolutely beautiful bedroom with a four poster bed and private bathroom. The whole room was ...
... 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 ...