Hotel Val De Vienne
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Limoges for a scan if she was up to it in the morning! We arrived at the vets early, to find she was sitting up and desperate to leave, we were told to still take her to Limoges but for an endoscopy as she had pain in her throat and he didn't have the facilities there. So here we are in Nuiel after dropping Tess off and ringing to see how the procedure went. She has no holes in her ...
... at seeing a woman driving 10.5m of vehicle and trailer. But there are a lot of women coach drivers, so why they find it amazing that a woman drives a camping car eludes me.
But the overall impression of French driving is hugely positive. On those occasions when we have had problems - usually having to split Monty and Smartie in an emergency turn around, they have been wonderfully helpful. No horns blowing, no shouting or screaming. Just engines off, asking ...
... have been the birds. Tits just outside the windows and blackbirds feeding off the berries. Jays everywhere and robins singing their little hearts out. We are under the migration flight path for geese off to Africa. The noise they make is extraordinary. You can see the skein of geese high up heading south.
This has been a lovely few days. Now we continue our journey by travelling east to Angouleme and then on to ...
... we were able to see up close.
The privately owned Chateau of Touffou, parts of which date from the 1100s, was another excursion site. The manicured gardens are beautiful and we had the chance to explore ancient towers, prison cells and kitchens.
The Futuroscope is a theme park with the theme being technology and the future. This was an especially ...
Oradour-sur-Glane is a horror story from the war.
It was, well still is as they built a new village, a small village in France.
On the 10th of June 1944 a German army unit surrounded this small village and massacred everyone in it, including the children. It's quite an eery place, as everything has been left where it was on that day. Cars in garages, one in the ...