Hotel de la Paix
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... so hot and we were very thirsty we had two beers before we even unloaded our bikes.....that's where it started!!
After a shower and change we decided to walk into Limoges to find a place to dine. We walked next door but one to the Hotel to a Bar/Restaurant called Le Grilladin ( www.legrilladin.com ) - we got chatting to the friendly barman - FRED - who plied us ...
... and that your husband had already been murdered. There would have been massive panic and screaming as they scrambled to try and get out of the church. A young mother and her child and a 47 year old woman escaped out of the refectory window and were shot. The young mother and child died but the women was only injured and crawled over to a pea bush and was later rescued. She was one of the few survivors. There were many atrocities during WW11 but for France this act ...
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 ...
... thanked her before leaving the church and then the town. I saw a pilgrim in town a few blocks away who looked pretty lost, so I called to him and pointed out the trail. He nodded and continued on ahead, walking much faster than me. About 4km later, I saw him walking towards me at a crossroads. He had again been lost, and had to retrace his steps. I had actually met him once before when we shared lodgings in Benevent, and I knew that he spoke English quite well. ...
... the Art Deco style. Stained glass windows, a large sculptural allegories depicting four important regions of France, and a large clock tower all make it just spectacular. Exiting the station, I could see the cathedral right, like a beacon, I walked towards it with no directions of map needed. I was to be staying with the nuns in a house right next to the cathedral. When I rang their bell, they invited me to leave my bag there until my room was ready so that I could explore ...