Logis Au Canard Gourmand
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... reasonable here, we took one down to an information centre, which turned out to be in the Gothic Quarter (Gotic Barre). Bought 4 tickets for the touristic on/off bus for tomorrow. They are only for a day, no matter when you activate them, not 24hrs. We sat in the info cafe and sorted ourselves for the rest of the day, they advised us to go to the Poblo Village that night (NOTE TO WIKI) for the Flaminco dancers ...
... place to start your adventure before you continue on your journey down the historic streets of the Rue Saint-Rome or Rue des Changes.
Elsewhere in the city there are a number of other extremely pleasant walks that you can take, including the Canal du Midi. Originally built to ship cargo between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, the canal nowadays provides a wonderfully relaxing walk that allows you take in a cross-section of the city on ...
... at 6:30, take a taxi to our hotel, carry our bags up 2 flights of stairs to the reception desk and then relax in our rooms for a bit. We have a great view of the harbour, which is must across the road. We head downstairs for a refreshing ale and then wander the foreshore until we find a restaurant we like the look of. Seafood for dinner, a promenade around the harbour and then back to the hotel for the night. Full on explore in the ...
... couple that we house sat for. Bryan is a retired chef and Kate a retired payroll manager. Their house borders a vineyard in the French countryside and is simply stunning. We were at the house to look after their cat (Tiggy or Twiggy - we are not entirely sure which) who had just had an operation.
Our first day at the house started well. We got a few bottles of "reasonably priced" wine and settled in under the sun with a view of the Pyrenees in the ...
And so to our lodgings for the next three nights, Auberge Le Cousteau. This was an old Farmhouse with some other buildings on top of a hill. Here there was a large open fireplace, a friendly dog called Caramel and a weak wifi signal. We were taken to our various rooms - I was to be in one of the other houses on the other side of the road which was really a self-catering place for a large family but sufficed as a bedroom with the family bathroom all mine.