La Ferme du Lac
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ride. We saw where we missed the trailhead as we passed, but as it turns out she was taking us to the trail for biking pilgrims. We were fine with this, as both ways would get us to where we were going. We thanked her for her kindness and continued down the road. We also met a number of pilgrims on the trail today that I have met before. On our way down the bike trail, we met another Dutchman who I had met in Limoges. My companions talked with him ...
... you walk. We stopped once at a café for tea and coffee and again
later in the day for lemonade, which was very pleasant, but there was nothing leisurely
Both the men are very nice, and they made pleasant
conversation. They both speak English, but one speaks English a little better
than the other. I could have sworn that they were both in their late 40’s,
which only shows what a poor judge of age that I am. One is 60 ...
... who walked more at my pace, because that would make me feel more comfortable. I truly do thank her for her advice when I was wavering. I was considering leaving because I wanted to walk alone, but I was afraid of walking alone on a poorly marked trail. And really, the only reason that I wanted to walk alone was because my companions were not walking far enough or fast enough for me taste. So, I will continue on the same trail to my goal of ...
... the gardens in hopes of a cooler evening. This turned out to be the right choice. Not only were the gardens beautiful at sunset, but the weather turned to a perfect 75 with a light breeze. My camera died in the middle of taking photos; otherwise, I may never have stopped taking photos of this magnificent garden. I thoroughly enjoyed all my sightseeing today!
Total distance walked today: 15km (then took 11 by the train)
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... so many began in the autumn of 1944. In 1946 a law was passed which guaranteed the conservation of the town as it stood and also allowed for a new village to be built. The street plan and buildings, although a shell are there together with the tram line, power lines, burnt out car bodies, sewing machines and the remains of the church giving an amazing snap shot back in time. The new Oradour village is a big village and ...