Hotel Campanile Montauban
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... and a relaxed atmosphere that will make you simply want to explore the streets of the old town or while away a few hours in one of its many bars of cafés. It's this laid back charm, combined with its accessibility, that makes the city a perfect choice for those wishing to spend a pleasant few days in the south of France.
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Back around 7:30pm, prepared the baked tomato dish for the week's lunches, showered and heated the previous night's pasta which we ate in the prairie garden.
Early into bed to gain some energy for the week ahead.
From the ashes of the Cornwall Passport Crisis ("CPC") the PPP (packs, passports, personalities) system was immediately implemented. Each time that we left any location with our bags we had to ensure that we did indeed have the three P's with us. Each is important. Packs because in the heat of the European summer I discovered that I quickly begin to smell and fresh clothing is essential. Passports so that we can, at some stage, escape the Continent. Finally, and perhaps ...
... we decided to visit it.
The museum is not well signed from the road but after making a few inquires with some locals we found it in a block of government buildings. The museum was free to enter, however before we were allowed to enter we had to give Kate and Roy's ages (12 and 10) as there is some very graphic content, mainly depicting the holocaust, and children under 10 were not allowed and those older had to ...
... on a playground. Lovely morning.
We spent the evening at Des and Corrines and had a BBQ dinner. A nice time was had by all. Olivia later confided it wasn't a real BBQ because there were only sausages. Funny what we think is normal.