Hostellerie La Bergerie des Chapelles
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostellerie La Bergerie des Chapelles Oradour-sur-Vayres
Travel Blogs from Oradour-sur-Vayres
... watches stopped at the time their owners were burned alive, glasses melted from the intense heat, and various personal items.
On 6 June 2004, at the commemorative ceremony of the Normandy invasion in Caen, German chancellor Gerhard Schröder pledged that Germany would not forget the Nazi atrocities and specifically mentioned Oradour-sur-Glane.
On 4 September ...
... 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 ...
... into the Dordogne area. The drive was pleasant until almost at the end when Fanny Anne Sat Nav took me off the reasonably sized road onto a single track affair with grass growing up the middle. It wasn't possible to turn round so I kept going hoping for a way back to the main road - luckily I met no other traffic but eventually entered a village where the road was completely blocked by a van, a lorry and a couple of cars. It turned out they were all friends and ...
... to continue walking on the road because even though it would add 6km to our walk, it would finally get us to our destination. The teacher, however, was experiencing some back pain and had no envy to add so much time to the trip. We flagged down a passing car and asked the woman for directions (we hadn’t been sure where we missed the trailhead). She said it was a little more than 3km back and that she would gladly drive us there. We agreed and ...
... she’d been to and how she
had been on a pilgrimage of her own by boat, train, plane, and car. My
companions, humorously said, “That’s not called a pilgrimage; that’s called
traveling.” The joke pleased us, but she was not amused. Twice, my companions
offered up anecdotes about Holland, to which she replied, “I know, we have
hosted many people from Holland.” Um, that’s not how you make conversation. ...