Hotel Alteora Privilege
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... was definitely the most interesting part. They had a whole huge section of wall and a house that they had unearthed when they were building the museum (pic 1). You could still see the fresco on the wall of the house. It makes one wonder about the lives of the people who lived there. Kids running a stick along the wall, a family around a table eating, etc. The picture I took does not do justice.
One of the most beautiful statues they had there was of the Roman goddess ...
... else I believe. It was, "“They say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time." I think it’s important that those who died in Oradour sur Glane never be forgotten. I want to be part of carrying that memory on, no matter how heavy it may be.
Since tomorrow is Armistice Day (end of WW1) or Veteran’s Day for you Americans, all of the churches will ...
... the Palace of justice was a walk too far.
The church was stunning. Painted walls and beautiful leaded glass windows combined to make a building with true wow factor. The cathedral on the other hand was just a huge space intended to emphasise the importance of Henry ll (of England) and his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Poitiers is central to the story of Joan of Arc and this is celebrated with a statue and a truly magnificent window. The city itself is medieval in many ...
... the islands and several rum-based drinks. Each was explained and put in context which added a great deal to the pleasure of the tasting.
We also had several coach excursions organized to the several different sites of interest in the area. These included the ancient fortress town of Chauvigny with its multiple castles and a collection of live birds of prey including ...
Left Arromanches about 9.30am and drive through Bayeux onto Rennes where we lunched at the Golden Arches, purely because they had the convenience of food and toilets at the same venue.
After lunch we continued on, mostly on the motorway, however Madam Navman did lead us astray every now and then and we did drive through some small villages and countryside as we tried to skirt around the bigger cities.
Arrived at Poitiers at 4.30 pm, only 465 kms covered all up, ...