Appart'City Toulouse Labège
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... the hoops teachers have to jump through to
actually become a teacher in Spain, Germany, England and of course, Canada.
I had a good time in Toulouse, I really liked the feel of
the city. It was nice, clean, young and had a cute little downtown area. In fact,
the reason why it is nicknamed la ville rose is because of the pinkish terracotta
bricks that the buildings there are made out of.
The next morning we woke up and caught our next train to
... very well. Luckily breakfast here is available up until noon, so there is a good chance for a sleep in. I then walked into the city centre, and realised that the hotel is located in a bit of s dodgy part of town. Probably why I didn't go out to find a restaurant last night, or tonight either. Luckily the restaurant here is excellent. So I walked to Market Victor Hugo, where the locals do their food shopping. The seafood displays were amazing - I have never seen so many scallops and ...
... and paintings. We loved a special exhibition of Benjamin Constant (1845-1902), with exquisite paintings of scenes in Morocco and various portraits. It was all an extra bonus as admissions were free, due to a strike we think. There was also the Saint Sernin Basilica, built in the 5th century. We had lunch at a restaurant above the market in Les Halles Victor Hugo. Good value and nice food at Le Magret for €19 each for three courses. We started with rounds of toasted ...
... a duck salad - foie gras, dried duck, and duck gizzards, with greens and bread. I won't need to eat again until tomorrow morning! Deep thanks to Carl and Nancy for sharing their home and their lives in Languedoc region of France with me. It has been fabulous beyond my ...
... mountain. Nancy and I climbed a steep and rocky path to the top - and were rewarded by excellent views of the whole area, including belled cows in the fields far below - and her lime green VW in the parking lot. After carefully descending (hiking poles were very helpful) we drove a short distance to the quaint village of Montsegur - and luckily found the only open restaurant. We each had the plate of the day - a bean ...