Golf De Saint Junien
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and always the wrong way!), it was great being able to get out into the country to see some of the smaller villages and towns. But it's also nice to be back staying in the middle of town so that walks in the evening are possible, and we don't have to drive after eating and drinking. We are staying at another good Mercure Hotel in the centre of town, on the 5th floor so we have a great view over the city. The Mercures in Italy and France ...
Today we visited the sight of one of the absolute horrors of the 2nd World War. On 10 June 1944, a German SS unit entered the small town of Oradour, rounded up 700 men, women and children, and murdered them in the most horrific way. Men were machine gunned to death at seven different sites around the town, and the children and women were locked in the church, and the church set on fire. The town was subsequently ransacked, set on fire, and buildings smashed. ...
... on riding.
Our first stop today is a place called Rocamadour which is famous for its setting in a gorge and on a cliff side, its monastic buildings and historical churches which have been visited by pilgrims for centuries. In fact the subterranean church of St Amadour dates from 1166. I will let the photo's do the talking for its spectacular setting. But it is breathtaking.
We spent a couple of hours there. ...
... was open because it was Sunday. The last part of the trip was quite breathtaking because we came through the hills (more like small mountains) and looked down on Lyon. And of course what a contrast - the second largest city in France and very touristy so teeming with people and everything open. We ended up having a hamburger on the banks of the Rhone river, delightful, and weather ...
Spent part of the morning looking at their market where we bought some fresh fruit. Really needed it as haven't been eating as much as usual. Limoges is famous for its porcelain and we were lucky enough to see an exhibition that is only held every 2 years. It was fantastic!! Found a ...