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Travel Blogs from Limoges
We made it home after this tour of the Iberian peninsula, that turned out to be a little bit more than Portugal. This was my first time in Portugal, and a few things come to mind when I look back on it: relaxed, humble, low-key, almost mellow people (especially on the road), white houses, very good English spoken, strong wine, delicious fresh ...
We left Peyrac le Chateau on a clear, fine morning after the downpour the previous night.
Great excitement (for me!) first thing when an enormous Veolia lorry arrived at the Aire to empty the glass recycling skips . The lorry even had a little lift for the driver so he could see into the lorry to check progress. Watching him confirmed what we had ...
... pretty countryside, and some very narrow roads, all sealed but definitely rural lanes. We had our lunch of baguette, cheese & sausage on a side road road, looking out across the fields. We found Chateaux Constant easily enough, and it is another amazing place to stay. The house itself is only 100 years old, but built in the style of the grand houses of earlier times. Sweeping staircases, vaulted ceilings and huge fireplaces. Very ...
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 ...
too much/too little light, quite amusing). Isabella turned out to be
Ella's bestie (most of the time!) and she spoke some English so it
was easy for Ella to get by. (She also speaks Dutch and French...aged
5, sheesh!) Little Marc was like no other, and unfortunately Isabella
and Ella were not so keen to have him in their club! You could pop
this boy on YouTube, Huge Smile, big blue eyes and blond hair ...