Kyriad Limoges Sud
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and stopped in Nottingham (small world) his name was Barnard.
For thoise that don't know about Oradour see below......
On 10 June 1944, the village of Oradour-sur-Glane in Haute-Vienne in then Nazi occupied France was destroyed, when 642 of its inhabitants, including women and children, were massacred by a Nazi Waffen-SScompany. A new village was ...
... and that your husband had already been murdered. There would have been massive panic and screaming as they scrambled to try and get out of the church. A young mother and her child and a 47 year old woman escaped out of the refectory window and were shot. The young mother and child died but the women was only injured and crawled over to a pea bush and was later rescued. She was one of the few survivors. There were many atrocities during WW11 but for France this act ...
... she’d been to and how she
had been on a pilgrimage of her own by boat, train, plane, and car. My
companions, humorously said, “That’s not called a pilgrimage; that’s called
traveling.” The joke pleased us, but she was not amused. Twice, my companions
offered up anecdotes about Holland, to which she replied, “I know, we have
hosted many people from Holland.” Um, that’s not how you make conversation. ...
... but I plan to ask tomorrow if I can walk with the two Dutch men. They also like to leave very early and they walk on average 30km a day, and I think that this will be more agreeable to me.
I am happy my companions have shared their lodgings with me this far, and I thank them for their help. I also look forward to a change of pace, whether alone or with new companions.
Total distance walked today: 22km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... known at the Pilgrim's Trunk. on a large fallen tree, passing pilgrims stuck trinkets ans prayers and notes of encouragement. I read through the livre d'or before continuing. The walk was very enjoyable and I sang aloud as I went. I really need to learn some new songs. I was glad that we made the decision to take the train because I really wanted time to explore Limoges and also Saint Leonard, which was also very beautiful.
The two large cemeteries and the bell ...