Golf De Saint Junien
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the same meal as us but also had the full carafe of wine - and then drove off!!!!
The roads were good again - the French drivers although manic in towns always pull over to enable bikers to pass them!
Before arriving at Limoges we visited the historical town of Oradour-sur-Glane we got chatting there to a French Biker who had visited England the ...
... three people waiting for the key to use the washing machine!" "Really" I said gullibly. I only had to look at his face to see he was pulling my leg. Who else would wash sheets in this weather he replied, but my wife. I hung it all through the Beast and Kerry suggested I could take in washing to pay the bills. It added a festive air to have sheets and pillow cases draped everywhere. In the morning we rode 16 km to visit a little town called Rochechouart, with a big ...
Day 32 –
So, I totally invited myself to walk with the two Dutch men,
who agreed to take me along, warning me that they walk quickly and far. I proudly
said, “Don’t worry, I walk quickly too!” I have now changed my mind. They walk
quickly, and I do not. It was a real challenge keeping up with them. It’s like
running while still walking. It was also very hot today, and it was a real
challenge keeping up ...
... when it is very fresh, it is not strong, and it was very good. Dinner was also delicious, we had a specialty of the region, which was some sort of tart with potatoes and duck. However, I absolutely couldn’t eat the dessert, which was a flan made with goat’s milk. To me, it tasted like an uncooked omelet. I shared the dinner with my three companions, a French couple, and two Dutch men. The French couple were the same two who had recognized me on ...
... I went straight to the cathedral.
Now, in my personal opinion, the inside of the cathedral does not come close to rivaling the cathedral of Bourges, but the fašade is amazing. Construction began in the 13th century and continued through the 19th c., but the fašade, is Gothic in all its glory. The sheer number of gargoyles gave me the chills in the best way possible. Inside, most of the remaining works are 19th century, but under the organ there ...