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... men kissing - it was a Camp pub a gay bar what else do you call them - They were very friendly - even the doorman - who can be seen in one of the pictures.
Retired then to the room and couldn't face the blog.....didn't even manage to book a hotel for the following night - it was earplugs in, snore guards in and that was it!!!
Mileage today 149 (Total Mileage 790)
... had to listen as their husbands and fathers were murdered. They shot many of the men in the legs first to prolong their deaths and then tipped petrol onto them and set them alight. When they had finished with the men they took a large number of smoke bombs, set them by the church and ignited them setting the church on fire. As you step into this church your imagination takes over. Imagine not being able to protect your children or yourself and knowing you were going ...
I took nearly no pictures today because my camera was out of
batteries. We walked mostly through farm lands with a lot of cows. It was hot (about
87 degrees) and there was very little shade. This is not my favorite scenery or
weather to walk through.
When we finally arrived in the town of our destination, la
Coquille, we were totally beat. We knew that our lodgings were across from the
church, but we couldn’t see a ...
... when it is very fresh, it is not strong, and it was very good. Dinner was also delicious, we had a specialty of the region, which was some sort of tart with potatoes and duck. However, I absolutely couldn’t eat the dessert, which was a flan made with goat’s milk. To me, it tasted like an uncooked omelet. I shared the dinner with my three companions, a French couple, and two Dutch men. The French couple were the same two who had recognized me on ...
... very interesting Renaissance construction that featured Hercules and nude nymphs not your typical Christian cathedral themes. Yet, in the times of the Renaissance, when all things Classical were nearly worshiped, their placement in a church was not pagan, but an honor to the sacred nature of the place. It was never forgotten that these symbols of pagan Europe were eventually dominated by the Church.
I spent part of the day walking around Limoges in a somewhat ...