Appart'City Toulouse Hippodrome
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... Malanda. Unlike the bigger cities it's very well looked after. Lourdes is the 2nd largest city in France for tourists - Paris is No.1 We joined in the torchlight procession at 9pm with about 1000 other people. 6 million people come here annually. Around 30,000 a day visit the Grotto between April and October. Only 15,000 people actually live here. These are huge numbers for such a tiny ...
... selling the items, paint, seeds, clothes, furniture, cushions, etc all dyed with the woad.
Back to the group and we continued wandering down the street at a snail's pace (due to the walk 20 yards, lose a few people into shops, wait 20 minutes, then continue). Funny when we hit the store selling ballet slippers. Our guide told us that this shop supplies most of the slippers to the ballerinas in the Paris ballet and ...
... to figure out this practice that makes it a bit more fair for me - the non drinker.
We were supposed to be doing a river cruise but when our guide stopped for the tickets, we were told the river was in spate which means close to flooding, running to high, current too strong. So no river cruise. poo. that would have taken up a nice space of time and I would have been off my knee.
We head to the Capitole, in the ...
One day we went in to Toulouse and toured the area visiting a cathedral and seeing their city hall. We had a lovely lunch sitting in the sun in main square. Great shopping, lots of university students, and plenty of shops with sweets and ice cream. We had never heard anything about Toulouse before we were here and we learned it is ...
... this, we wanted to stay positive. It turned out to be a beautiful little village, so quiet and peaceful. We put another campsite into the GPS and found our way back to a main road and some food! Coffee and baguetts.
It's pretty stomach turning. I really felt sorry for Shane. It really was the whole unknown, where would the GPS take us? I kind of likened the feeling to that of an important football match, when your team is up by 1 with 10mins on the clock, anything can happen. ...