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    mysty2
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    I am sure it was kathyc who once said that’s not a view mysty. How about this one minutes from the center on Tulle, this is the view from the window of the sort of house with a grey brick building next door ideal for a gite :whistle:  that just needs some of chancers magic crepi, inside and out. It does have a lot of land, views and forests.

    Although just outside a large town its high enough up you cannot hear the traffic.   :yes:

     

     

     


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    sanjunien
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    Looks great, such a pity that Tulle is such a dump !


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    mysty2
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    Its a little more sophisticated than Saint Juilen :good:   I thought that’s where the poor brits bought that could not afford the real France :whistle:   :yes:   :mail:

    Some people do not like Tulle it has some very nice buildings and a great center. nice cafes and theatre.

    Are you saying jo in france lives in a dump :wacko:


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    loopski
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    So François has moved!


    I would lie on top of the stairs and smell the cigar smoke of Castro.

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    Yeah, that’s a view.


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    DominicBest
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    I can’t believe that anyone who has lived in Saint Junien could call Tulle a dump. Neither town is my idea of an ideal place to live bu5 if I was visitin* for a couple of days Tulle would get my vote by a long way.


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    Tulle is far from being a dump. It has history (both ancient and modern) and innovation. OK, it’s not the greatest place to live, but then, from what I’ve seen of it (which, admittedly, is not much) St Junien is nothing to write home about.

    There is a lot of alternative energy in Tulle. The agglo is big on recycling and ecology, there are LOADS of activities, don’t know how many choirs, a cinema, a theatre, a mediatheque, a centre aquacreatif, a hospital, a railway station, a concert centre, a sports centre. I could go on… And of course ‘Nuits de Nacre’ which is terrific! and – well I don’t have time to do all the activities I would like to do. Granted it’s not overrun by Brits :yahoo: So is much more ‘real’ than those ghettos!

    Anyway, I like living here. I didn’t choose to live here, I found a job here and just never left… Up to now in this village I have been ‘L’Anglaise’. (actually I am sometime presented as ‘Notre anglaise’) Thought for a moment that might change….

    OK, enough of the bandwagon. I’m going up there later with my neighbour to have a look at M2’s new purchase. I think I may have land abutting on to it! (we do sometimes walk in that direction)

     

     

     


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    icey
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    Totally agree with you joinfrance. I love the old houses with their wooden balconies and much prefer going to a place where you can see there is plenty going on and to do.

    http://www.tulle-en-correze.com/fr/decouvrir/index.php


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    nifty
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    That will change.


    http://niftyone.wordpress.com/ 'Life is short, art long, opportunity fleeting, experience deceptive, judgement difficult'. Aphorisms Hippocrates
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    Ok, so is it the one with the red windows or the really dilapidated one at the other and of the village? We were closely watched by the neighbours in any case…


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    mysty2
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    Its the shabby chick one  :whistle: opposite the red window framed one. The  forest is on the way up the hill.


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