A sign from the town of Oradour-sur-Glane that was destroyed right after D-Day of World War II. This sign was at the entry to the museum and stated it so eloquently.
That as we look ahead into the future and New Year we must always remember the past so we do not fall into the same habits and pitfalls others have shown us.
9-23-08 – Sarlat, By Jodi
Ginette accommodated us by having breakfast ready early so we could leave by 8:30. She was such a sweet lady, constantly bringing us things and moving nice lawn furniture in front of our room to sit. She always insisted on packaging up leftover baguettes or bread at breakfast for us to take for ‘picnic’ as she would say. After about every sentence, she would say, VOILA! , so that is why I said that in the prior post. We really liked her a lot and she really knows how to pamper her quests and run a great B&B.
So, on the road, about an equal mix of small country roads and highways, as we make our way to Oradour-sur-Glane. We drive to the new town of Oradour, buy a sandwich and eat outside the entrance in a park area before touring WW2 martyred town of Oradour-sur-Glane.