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Oradour-sur-Glane

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I am in the initial stages of planning our itinerary to the Dordogne and Provence for next June. I think we would like to see Oradour-sur-Glane and am thinking of heading straight there from our flight into CDG. However, I have a few questions.

We would arrive in Limoges about 3 pm. to pick up our car. Is Limoges a difficult city to navigate? I know we will be very tired and am worried about dealing with getting out of a city when we aren't at top form.

We will arrive on a Sunday. Given that we will arrive too late for lunch, will we be able to find anyplace to eat dinner?

Does anyone have any recommendations for accommodations?

Thanks for your help.

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