Campanile Limoges Nord
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Just arrived in our new campsite. Passed a lovely chateaux on the way and called in Bourganeuf for some lunch. Not up to much now so may well order fish and chips made on site for dinner this evening. Very quiet here run by nice English couple. There are chickens here and a blackbird that insists on sunbathing these ...
Made our way to Limousin to visit Janet and Ken who live in the most amazing house. We were treated to lunch and then a lovely BBQ in the garden in the evening. How lovely to sleep in a bed too with en suite! Was really nice to catch up and see how they are ...
... 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 ...
... and that your husband had already been murdered. There would have been massive panic and screaming as they scrambled to try and get out of the church. A young mother and her child and a 47 year old woman escaped out of the refectory window and were shot. The young mother and child died but the women was only injured and crawled over to a pea bush and was later rescued. She was one of the few survivors. There were many atrocities during WW11 but for France this act ...
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 ...