Le Green Saint Lazare
Travel Blogs from Limoges
... br> old village of Oradour, which saw the terrible massacre in 1944 where
Nazi Soldiers killed almost all villagers (over 600, over 200
children) and set it ablaze. The Village remains as it was, burnt out
cars, the old tram lines, electrical ploes from the 40's old homes
and shops near destroyed but very eerie as you can see ...
... into absolutely EVERYTHING...utterly fearless. He's an Adventurer for
sure. Seeing behind the scenes where our milk comes from was really
great, especially being able to explain it all to Ella. But you can
really see how it must be a struggle. The small price we pay for
milk, and ALL the work that goes into it, and the pressure it puts on
these families.... We kind of found our own work as working on the
dairy we ...
... travelled along tree-lined lanes winding through the countryside. We started seeing signs advising that campervans should not continue but we proceeded regardless in our massive Mercedes Vito nine seater people mover as the road got more and more narrow with rock walls on either side – slowly we inched our way through with only centimetres to spare on each side – we got through which was a huge relief.
Wandering through ...
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 ...
This morning we opened our window shutters to a thick blanket of fog, a real pea-souper. The fire was roaring and we were comfy and cosy. The fog lifted to a magnificent day clear of clouds, crisp but sunny.
The temperature was 8 degrees but clear and sunny without a breath of wind so it's the perfect day, quite a change from the 26 degrees we enjoyed on the Mediterranean.
Michele ventured out in the foggy and chilly conditions to pick up breakfast ...