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... France, other atrocities and the circumstances and result of the atrocity of 10th June, 1944.
The museum was very interesting and informative.
We then entered the original village which is a very sobering experience. Everything has more or less been left as it was after the massacre became known to the world. There are burnt out and rusted cars in the streets and in garages. The bakers shop still has rusted scale ...
... the area including some narrow shady streets at about 10pm but no cause for fear was apparent. We have been continually advised to watch out for pickpockets and other unsavory types while in Paris as the crime rate is apparently very high. We have noticed many Police about, which is also comforting.
My walk around was very nice in that there was a promenade walkway next to the canal, also an area set aside for Petanque, Darts, chairs for coffee and ...
Angles sur L'Anglin is indeed a beautiful village. Dominated by it's ruined 12th century castle, the village is a well preserved medieval village with many houses dating back the the 11th century. It's history is even older though, as a cave with wall friezes dating back some 15,000 years was discovered in the early 50's. Carved bison, horse, ibex and large felines, as well as 3 interesting female human ...
... past. We took a lot of photos which we will add later, and on our return to the site I felt that one last dip in the pool would be nice, and it was. Tomorrow we leave to spend our last two days in France at Sees, nearer to Caen and of course the ferry home. I don't expect to have internet access after today so will conclude this blog in the UK. To those who read it - thankyou!
Saturday is market day in Airvault and I was told not to expect too much as it is small, and indeed it is! It is simply a produce market. There are no T-shirts and CDs, sunglasses or mobile phones for sale, just locally produced items provided by local people. There are wines and cheeses sold by the makers. Sea-food and sausages, pate ...