Receptionist at the museum is classic, all that bad about this country. There's only us there. She asks "just amoment" and then proceeds to do her filing - it's a wonder it wasn't her nails - and then complete some paperwork. After a few minutes of this charade I'm ready to blast her and vote with my feet. She finally deigns to serve us. Offer her a credit card. Complete look of incredulity - she's obviously never seen one of these before. Where do they get these people from. Perhaps some mystery shoppers might be in order.
No concept of CUSTOMER service. A brown envelope and swift kick up the backside as she's booted out the door is the best solution.
But apart from that the museums quite interesting with English audio guide. Thoaurs was the centre for resistance in WW2 and the RAF dropped supplies to the resistance movement. Of course that explains why the large roundabout which has most European flags up, including the German flag, does not have a Union Jack or Stars and Stripes!
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