Le Lion D'Or
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... it was time to go back to the room. BUT next door to the hotel in between Fred's and the Hotel was a Pub yep looked like a pub, sounded like a pub we walked in and ordered two pints - so it appeared to be a pub!!! Oh no I am convinced it was a gay bar!! The staff were very friendly!!! Dave said "Its not. What makes you think that?" I said look over your shoulder where he ...
... cut off bike pants. Someone had told us to visit the small village of Oradour sur Glane. This was a tranquil village which they now call the martyr village. On the 10th June 1944 a Waffen SS unit surrounded this town and brought 642 men women and children into the village square telling them they needed to check their documentation. They took the men into the barns where machine guns were already set up. The women and children were taken to the church and locked ...
... pace. They assured me that we could stop for
breaks whenever needed, but I didn’t want to hold them back after imposing
myself upon them. They also have a very different mentality than the French
people I have been walking with. They take breaks of five or ten minutes at a
time, eating a bit of something each time, but they don’t stop for a real
lunch! They also eat a lot of sugar during the day, claiming that it is good
... with them trying to wake myself. When we arrived at a small town, they decided to stop at a butcher shop, and we parted ways with plans to meet at our lodgings for the night. I stopped by the church in the small town, which was quite old, but had some very modern renovations that did it no favors. However, I arrived about 15min before mass began, and a kind nun saw me walking with my backpack and offered me a stamp for my book and some cold water. I ...
... having both noticed the shell on my backpack. I shared a bit of my story with them before taking leave of the café to explore the local church. Wow, I was not expecting such a spectacular construction in such a small town. I was particularly delighted by the column capitals on the porch that lead towards the round baptismal font modeled after the one in Jerusalem.
At 12:17pm I caught the train to Limoges. The Limoges train station was unexpectedly beautiful, ...