Campanile Site du Futuroscope
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was being held by the French Resistance. The Germans decided to take retribution against the inhabitants of Oradour. On the above date, they sealed off the town and gathered up all the males and led them to a barns where they were all shot in the legs. When none of them could move they were covered with fuel and burnt alive. The woman and children were taken to the village church and an incendiary device was ignited. When they tried ...
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The roads we travelled were lined with thick trees and the roads very narrow. It was lovely area to reminisce in and we left after about 20 minutes.
At 11.15am we arrived at Ole On (spelt Orleans) and spent an hour exploring the town. It was lovely and bigger than it sounds. Orleans is the capital of the Centre –Val de Loire Region of north –central France, located some 120 kms from Paris.
... the actual site is closed to the public, an interpretation centre in the village includes a full size replica of the frieze. Nearby, we visited a famous abbey in Saint Savin, the medieval city of Chauvigny, plus the National Park Brenne, the towns of Le Blanc and Montmorillon. The hotel, the Relais de Lyon D'Or, is beautiful, we are in a house over a 1,000 years old, but the conveniences are fortunately more ...
Spots of rain after breakfast came as a shock but had passed by11.30 so we took the opportunity to go on the bikes as planned for today. We cycled to the small but pretty town of St Loup and although the round trip was less than ten miles there were a lot of hills to tackle and the heat was excessive. The town (being a Sunday) was deserted, and I half expected to see ...
Saturday is market day in Airvault and I was told not to expect too much as it is small, and indeed it is! It is simply a produce market. There are no T-shirts and CDs, sunglasses or mobile phones for sale, just locally produced items provided by local people. There are wines and cheeses sold by the makers. Sea-food and sausages, pate ...