Chateau de Vauguenige

Address: Vauguenige, Saint-Pardoux, Haute-Vienne, Limousin, 87250, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vauguenige, Saint-Pardoux.
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Pardoux


A travel blog entry by ladyfarrow on Jul 21, 2015

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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 ...


A travel blog entry by ladyfarrow on Jul 20, 2015

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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 ...

Delay due to drink!!!! But Marmade to Limoges

A travel blog entry by vintage-chapter on Jun 19, 2015

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... was built after the war. The ruins of the original village remain as a memorial to the dead and to represent similar sites and events.

In 1999 French president Jacques Chirac dedicated a memorial museum, the Centre de la mémoire d'Oradour, near the entrance to the Village Martyr ("martyred village"). Its museum includes items recovered from the burned-out ...

Cognac la Foret - Beauty and Sadness

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jun 16, 2015

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... 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 ...

Reservation and Reservations

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 07, 2015

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... and ate almost nothing.

My companions and I left the lodgings together, and I planned to walk with them until we were well outside of the town. My guide book is not very helpful in big cities, as it does not give street names. I’m not sure that I would have been able to find my way out without some help. Limoges is a very large city (for France).

We walked for 7km before we were finally out of the city and its suburbs. I walked ...