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Travel Blogs from Limoges
rather simple day today, stocking up again and TRYING to sort out our
Gas! Eventually finding our way to Ourdour Sur Glane for the night
where Dan felt a little unmanned by the highly organised Motorhomer
parked next door giving us all sorts of hints and tricks. The
following morning we took off to the 'Village Martyr' which ...
... playmates! It was a chaotic household and
certainly a different way to our simple little family of three,
definitely giving us insight into what a family of 5 is like, along
side running a dairy! We were lucky enough to have our own room in
the farmhouse, even though Isabella set up a bed for Ella in her
room, Ella just spent the one night there. (It had it's ups and
downs, first lots of giggles, and chatting, and ...
... see for miles and miles with a 180 degree panorama.
After an hour of wandering, we continued our sightseeing drive towards Sarlat where we drove down the main street. Being Sunday, the town was deserted where yesterday the market had seen crowded streets. We stopped off for a coffee and something to eat at one of very few open cafes while Chris inspected a hotel that they book regularly through his work. I ordered a cappuccino and ...
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 ...
... 8211; our ancient post office accommodation is perched high up in the medieval laneways of Beynac overlooking the Dordogne River and below Chateaux du Beynac.
Next we headed out to visit the chateaux – another extremely steep walk to the top – it’s an incredibly well preserved castle and villages with awesome panoramic views.
On our return, Chris ventured out in the cold to collect some more wood – it was going to be a freezing night ...