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... they were machined gunned.
Altogether 247 woman, 190 men and 205 children perished in the most awful circumstances.
Oradour now has a museum to commemorate the atrocity and the original village has been retained and is now a memorial. A new town has been built nearby.
We first visited the museum which is a collection of photo's regarding Hitlers rise to power, his subsequent conquest of most of ...
... 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 ...
... foxes across the 50 meter wide canal and back again and in general - a busy and happy environment going off.
Boats, Skiff’s and an assortment of other fun water machines were also available for hire and we will look into these later during our stay. I also found a Laundry Mat that I would use tomorrow.
After about 40 minutes, I got back to the back to the others and found John and a Canadian had played a beer drinking game called ...
... the actual site is closed to the public, an interpretation centre in the village includes a full size replica of the frieze. Nearby, we visited a famous abbey in Saint Savin, the medieval city of Chauvigny, plus the National Park Brenne, the towns of Le Blanc and Montmorillon. The hotel, the Relais de Lyon D'Or, is beautiful, we are in a house over a 1,000 years old, but the conveniences are fortunately more ...
... 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!