Inter-Hotel Saint Martial
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... When we got back to Pierre Tess was definitely not right. When I stroked her I could feel fluid or air under her skin and she was very lethargic, so it was a quick dash to the vets. She was really poorly by the time we got to see the vet and wouldn't even stand up, so Phil carried her in. She was kept in over night being given oxygen and antibiotics and we were told we would have to take ...
... s common to flash your lights to a lorry to indicate that they are clear of you and can pull in, in front of you. The French drivers usually respond by flashing their indicators. Not a response you get from Spanish, Portuguese, British, Polish or Romanian drivers. Perhaps they don't use their rear view mirrors! But if I have to overtake a French lorry, invariably, he will flash his lights to let me in to his lane. Obviously I then thank him.
The only one ...
... architecture. And we finished the day by visiting the porcelain museum. And as a bonus, we had a wonderful meal in an Irish pub!
We were tired, but full of memories.
A beautiful Sunday morning saw us visit Oradour sur Glane. This was a village that was attacked by a panzer regiment on 10th June 1944 and the whole population were massacred. We counted 18 members of one family killed on that day. It has a ...
... 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 ...
... loads of dogs, and have a really nice set up.
They were really nice to me, cooked, gave me a bed, and even though we all got up early because Baz was off to work made me feel really welcome.
Thanks guys for being so nice.
Remember me if you need a digger driver!
Now it was lucky we got up early as I had to go back to a village that was closed the day before, Oradour-sur-Glane, and then get to ...