Ibis Limoges Centre
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... a very small one in her lung, so she's staying the night for observation. We have our fingers crossed as she was so much perkier this morning, we just hope the air under her skin dissipates otherwise she has to have a scan. We are on bread and dripping tonight !!!!!!! The up side is Nuiel is a very pretty village on the outskirts of Limoges with a lovely Chateaux where you can walk in the ...
... to 'encourage' it to go faster. Doesn't work with our two. But I'm not a road hog - I look for lay-bys or pull ins so that they can go past. Or even a road junction! I indicate right and stop. So they stop behind me. And then get irritated that they have to overtake. There is something in the French mindset that doesn't like being 'allowed' to overtake. Perhaps it's not macho enough. Remember, France is still a country where a woman has to get her ...
We have been travelling for over a week staying in Aires. Our power is needing refreshing, so we are planning to spend a couple of days on a campsite. We are combining this with visiting Limoges, a city I have long wanted to visit.
On the way we have enjoyed a night at Meuzac by the side of a beautiful lake. But it has got colder. Jeans and sheepskin boots were needed first thing as the temp dropped to 11 over ...
... sewing machines.
It is all just where it was.
You walk round in silence, partly as a mark of respect, there are signs too, because it's hard to imagine losing whole families in just one day.
Now I know families have been destroyed by the wars, but this was all done in one day to punish this particular village.
What's really sad for them is that during the war ...
... sat for a while on the grass. It became a bit hard after a while, so we took a walk around the lake. We popped into Lidl for bread and cheese and stuff for tonight, then took it down to Jan & Wally. We had a nice chat over a cuppa, sat in the sun on their new patio. Wally had quite a few poisson chat, which he had caught in the trap in the lake, he threw some for the cats to eat, you could hear them crunching the bones! ...