Chateau De Curzay
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... they were machined gunned.
Altogether 247 woman, 190 men and 205 children perished in the most awful circumstances.
Oradour now has a museum to commemorate the atrocity and the original village has been retained and is now a memorial. A new town has been built nearby.
We first visited the museum which is a collection of photo's regarding Hitlers rise to power, his subsequent conquest of most of ...
... when the sunflowers are in full bloom, brilliant yellow heads turning to follow the sun!
Enroute we stopped in Chauvigny where an imposing ruin of a medieval castle looked down on us while we dined on a huge cauldron of moules et frites, washed down with a biere rouge ( a bit too sweet for our liking, D preferred the Alsasce one I had, so guess what I drank!). ...
After a terrific thunder storm during the night, we left at 9.45 for the 83 miles to this Aire. It was a very different journey as the scenery was quite flat compared to the previous journeys. However, we arrived by 1205 which was good. This Aire is in the car park of the town and you are right outside the school. It says that ...
Wake up call at 7:00 on the coach at 8:30. Breakfast the usual continental or made to order undercooked omelets. Still in France we head to the Loire valley to the castle of Chenonceau the home of Diane de Poitiers (tragic mistress of Henri ll) and later of his vengeful wife Catherine of Medici. The Castle had wonderful gardens and a large maze to get lost in. We continue on the coach and cross ...
... town we enjoyed and the buildings were magnificent. The area was clean and everyone seemed to be happily going about his or her thing. This is also where Joan of Arc met her end; she was burnt here and there is a large stature in memorial to her in the centre square.
Once again time was too short and it was onto Paris and two programmed events for us to attend. We arrived in Paris early and first tour was to ascend the Montparnasse Tower in the ...