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... and stopped in Nottingham (small world) his name was Barnard.
For thoise that don't know about Oradour see below......
On 10 June 1944, the village of Oradour-sur-Glane in Haute-Vienne in then Nazi occupied France was destroyed, when 642 of its inhabitants, including women and children, were massacred by a Nazi Waffen-SScompany. A new village was ...
... committed these atrocities but many of them were killed in action a little over a week later and those who weren't were given amnesty much later after the war. A new town has been built next to this village but the old town stands as a memorial and reminder of what we should never let happen again. We drove only 10 km further to see another little village where time has stood still. This village is called Montrol-Senard. Everything is as it was in the beginning of ...
I took nearly no pictures today because my camera was out of
batteries. We walked mostly through farm lands with a lot of cows. It was hot (about
87 degrees) and there was very little shade. This is not my favorite scenery or
weather to walk through.
When we finally arrived in the town of our destination, la
Coquille, we were totally beat. We knew that our lodgings were across from the
church, but we couldn’t see a ...
... like British India, and I sighed with relief at my good luck. However, as she left me to get comfortable, she said "I hope you and your husband will be comfortable here." I then informed her that Mr. K was not my husband, and that I was traveling with him and his wife. She told me that they had not made a reservation for me, but that, if I wanted, I could share the room with them and she could bring in another bed. I agreed to this and she brought in a small ...
... 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 ...