Ibis Limoges Centre
Travel Blogs from Limoges
... built by the farmers as they cleared their fields of rocks. While on these pathways we saw a lone deer, very frightened of us, but I did manage to get a photo. In the afternoon we did another countryside walk, very pretty, meandering past farmers at work, and small hamlets. It is so hard to believe people actually live and work in these picturesque places. In all that day we walked in excess of 17 kms, I was very weary and foot sore at the end ...
must of been there. Hardest being seeing the cemetary/memorial, where
entire families were wiped out. Still no reason why this
happened...absolutely shocking, and still such things go on today.
After quite a depressing morning we travelled onto Limoges where we
finally sorted our Gas and onwards to our campsite for the ...
... playmates! It was a chaotic household and
certainly a different way to our simple little family of three,
definitely giving us insight into what a family of 5 is like, along
side running a dairy! We were lucky enough to have our own room in
the farmhouse, even though Isabella set up a bed for Ella in her
room, Ella just spent the one night there. (It had it's ups and
downs, first lots of giggles, and chatting, and ...
... delivered looking more like a big cream dessert than a frothy coffee. It had an enormous pile of whipped cream on top. I have to admit it wasn’t my favourite coffee but was definitely attractive.
Back at the house that afternoon we said goodbye to lovely Michele as she had to return to work on Monday. It had been wonderful to catch up with her again – her local knowledge and the ability to converse in French was ...
On June 10, 1944, The SS Panzer Division Das Reich, killed all 642 residents, including women and children in the French village of Oradour-sur- Glane. Today it is preserved In exactly the condition it was left in 1944. The reason for this massacre is unclear but it is widely believed that it was ...