Campanile Limoges Nord
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... after the war, but French president Charles de Gaulle ordered the original maintained as a permanent memorial and museum. After the war, General Charles de Gaulle decided the village should never be rebuilt, but would remain a memorial to the cruelty of the Nazi occupation.
The new village of Oradour-sur-Glane (population 2,188 in 2006), northwest of the site of ...
... three people waiting for the key to use the washing machine!" "Really" I said gullibly. I only had to look at his face to see he was pulling my leg. Who else would wash sheets in this weather he replied, but my wife. I hung it all through the Beast and Kerry suggested I could take in washing to pay the bills. It added a festive air to have sheets and pillow cases draped everywhere. In the morning we rode 16 km to visit a little town called Rochechouart, with a big ...
... is unusual. Churches are usually at
the town center. So, we saw an old man standing at a bus stop who pointed us
down the road saying the church was another 4km. We were completely
disheartened by this because we had already walked 34km! However, we walked for
about 2 min and could see the church. It was about 1.5 km from where we had
asked the old man. Whew!
When we arrived, we were greeted by the proprietor, who
... who walked more at my pace, because that would make me feel more comfortable. I truly do thank her for her advice when I was wavering. I was considering leaving because I wanted to walk alone, but I was afraid of walking alone on a poorly marked trail. And really, the only reason that I wanted to walk alone was because my companions were not walking far enough or fast enough for me taste. So, I will continue on the same trail to my goal of ...
... 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 ...