Mercure Limoges Royal Limousin
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Nice hotel, good size rooms well located in centre of town
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... a drink, then finished our chat with Rob. Returning to the van Tess greeted us with a waggy tail, not quite as bouncy as usual but ok. So after lunch we walk into town to get Phil's hair cut or rather shawn. I think the lady was so pleased she could practice her English she got a bit carried away. She told us she wanted a big camping car with a chauffeur so she wouldn't get into ...
On the whole, French drivers are very polite and helpful. They are especially understanding of the issues with camping cars. After all, they are the nation of camping caristes. They are always startled by the sight of Smartie - I'm not sure why. After all, it's made in France. But she always turns heads, never more so than when she is tugged along behind Monty. In the mirror, it's entertaining to see people follow her with their eyes. Dangerous if you happen to be ...
... was a lovely situation - lots of space for picnics and relaxation. Fabulous reflections over the misty lake as the sun rose.
One of the things we have noticed recently, is how the French are real foragers. In the past week, we have seen then picking up walnuts and chestnuts. There is a glut of both of these and you run over them as you pass under the trees. The roads are a mess where there are chestnut trees ...
... t have seen many Germans, they were out of the way, but that the allies had landed just a few days earlier and would be coming through. No liberation for these poor folks.
Even for the survivors it was difficult, all traces of their history had been destroyed, no family albums to look back on.
Anyway, it's a lovely part of France, so if you are near Limoges go take a ...
... sat for a while on the grass. It became a bit hard after a while, so we took a walk around the lake. We popped into Lidl for bread and cheese and stuff for tonight, then took it down to Jan & Wally. We had a nice chat over a cuppa, sat in the sun on their new patio. Wally had quite a few poisson chat, which he had caught in the trap in the lake, he threw some for the cats to eat, you could hear them crunching the bones! ...