Citotel Les Alizes
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... watches stopped at the time their owners were burned alive, glasses melted from the intense heat, and various personal items.
On 6 June 2004, at the commemorative ceremony of the Normandy invasion in Caen, German chancellor Gerhard Schröder pledged that Germany would not forget the Nazi atrocities and specifically mentioned Oradour-sur-Glane.
On 4 September ...
... Yes you wouldn't believe it but it was closed on Tuesdays and today is Tuesday. Kerry said you wouldn't believe how early he had to get up to get the brochures printed and ride there early to put them up so he didn't have to go and see contemporary art. I nearly believed him. So coincidental all these things that are closed that we want to see! We met a couple from England and we must have looked poor as he gave us his Croatian money worth about 3 pound. Must have ...
Day 32 –
So, I totally invited myself to walk with the two Dutch men,
who agreed to take me along, warning me that they walk quickly and far. I proudly
said, “Don’t worry, I walk quickly too!” I have now changed my mind. They walk
quickly, and I do not. It was a real challenge keeping up with them. It’s like
running while still walking. It was also very hot today, and it was a real
challenge keeping up ...
... but I plan to ask tomorrow if I can walk with the two Dutch men. They also like to leave very early and they walk on average 30km a day, and I think that this will be more agreeable to me.
I am happy my companions have shared their lodgings with me this far, and I thank them for their help. I also look forward to a change of pace, whether alone or with new companions.
Total distance walked today: 22km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... the church could be seen from quite a long distance away. Once I arrived in the town, I was excited to see more Colombage style homes. The streets were narrow and many of the homes were medieval. This is just the kind of town that I came to France to see. There was also an open air market that I wandered around for a bit before buying a chocolate éclair which I ate at a café with a Schweppes. Two people individually approached me at the café to talk to me about my experience as ...