Hôtel Le Verrou
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Just arrived in our new campsite. Passed a lovely chateaux on the way and called in Bourganeuf for some lunch. Not up to much now so may well order fish and chips made on site for dinner this evening. Very quiet here run by nice English couple. There are chickens here and a blackbird that insists on sunbathing these ...
Made our way to Limousin to visit Janet and Ken who live in the most amazing house. We were treated to lunch and then a lovely BBQ in the garden in the evening. How lovely to sleep in a bed too with en suite! Was really nice to catch up and see how they are ...
... and stopped in Nottingham (small world) his name was Barnard.
For thoise that don't know about Oradour see below......
On 10 June 1944, the village of Oradour-sur-Glane in Haute-Vienne in then Nazi occupied France was destroyed, when 642 of its inhabitants, including women and children, were massacred by a Nazi Waffen-SScompany. A new village was ...
... known at the Pilgrim's Trunk. on a large fallen tree, passing pilgrims stuck trinkets ans prayers and notes of encouragement. I read through the livre d'or before continuing. The walk was very enjoyable and I sang aloud as I went. I really need to learn some new songs. I was glad that we made the decision to take the train because I really wanted time to explore Limoges and also Saint Leonard, which was also very beautiful.
The two large cemeteries and the bell ...
... next to it. It was dark, very cold and now about 8 pm. Somehow, Chris found the “Ancient Post Office” which had been refitted as a four storey, three bedroom house. It was up a very steep, narrow and slippery cobble stone lane, nestled on the edge of a cliff a third of the way up to the Chateaux de Beynac, a medieval chateaux ominously perched on a cliff overlooking the Dordogne River. Too tight for the van to get up there so Michele kindly offered ...