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Travel Blogs from Limoges
... we understand more, but speaking is still a huge problem... Anyway back to Chateau Constant. We were enjoying ourselves so much we wanted to stay another night, but as she was fully booked, she has put us into the Coachhouse at the gate for the night. It is meant to rent out as a gite, as it is a full little house, so sweet, with two bedrooms upstairs, and the kitchen, living and bathroom downstairs. I'm sitting here in front of the lounge ...
rather simple day today, stocking up again and TRYING to sort out our
Gas! Eventually finding our way to Ourdour Sur Glane for the night
where Dan felt a little unmanned by the highly organised Motorhomer
parked next door giving us all sorts of hints and tricks. The
following morning we took off to the 'Village Martyr' which ...
... little more in the way. Dan fixed some electrical
problems (yay!) and cleaning up outside, and I spent most of the time
inside cleaning, whilst we both worked on clearing, painting a room
for storage. Unfortunately I fell ill om the Wednesday, don't know
what it was but through Dr Google I would assume it was a Sinus
Infection or tonsillitis (Terrible throat, very painful head and
earache, and very exhausted and ...
... travelled along tree-lined lanes winding through the countryside. We started seeing signs advising that campervans should not continue but we proceeded regardless in our massive Mercedes Vito nine seater people mover as the road got more and more narrow with rock walls on either side – slowly we inched our way through with only centimetres to spare on each side – we got through which was a huge relief.
Wandering through ...
... for the death of a German officer in a nearby village. A new village was built after the war on a nearby site but on the orders of the then French president, Charles de Gaulle, the original village has been maintained as a permanent memorial and museum. Our visit to the village was very moving and ...