Hotel Val De Vienne
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the church where only one woman escaped the massacre and a handful of men.
A total of 642 people, including 193 children were killed that day. The reason why the SS committed such a crime has never been fully determined and worse still no one was ever been totally held accountable. The town was burnt and bodies put in mass graves to be found the next day. The preservation of the ruins as a final resting ...
... 7 electric points but unfortunately only one worked and we did not get it! Another British couple turned up having obviously been there before and immediately plugged in. Not a problem really as we do not have to be connected to power all the time, luckily. There was a Co-op shop right opposite as well as a bakers so life was ...
... for the many English who have homes here, but we prefer a wider view and a few hills, better still mountains.
We by-passed Limoges and headed for our destination - Oradour-sur-Glane. We had agreed we would come here before we left home. Oradour is a 'Martyr Village'. On 10th June 1944, the SS rounded up all the villagers. They shot and burned all the ...
We decided to get some miles under us and made a big jump north to this delightful village. There was a very popular aire, and we squeezed between two English vans. This resulted in an evening of natter and wine making for a very pleasant night. Next morning we trotted into the village for the daily baguette, viewed the chateau and the very attractive river. So many lovely places in France. We shall never see them ...
I slept like the proverbial log! Nothing like a bit of sleep deprivation to knock me out when my head hit the pillow...
After breakfast the three of us took a stroll around the picturesque village of Pressac; so pretty! We had Jaygo with us, Joan and Ian's pup, so he happily sniffed every thing in sight and dragged us around the village oblivious to us wanting to soak up the atmosphere. Joan took us into her church and ...