Campanile Toulouse Aeroport
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... next stop was the brand new Aeroscopia Aircraft Museum which only opened last week. This museum is dedicated to all types of aircraft both military and civilian. Toulouse is a natural location to have a museum such as this, considering that Airbus is based here and is the major employer in the city. The museum is impressive to say the least! It has an amazing collection of aircraft including ...
... an adult. We felt the children were mature enough to handle the exhibits as they did in Berlin where they were also confronted with some very graphic images.
The museum is entirely written in French however thanks to a wonderful App 'word lens' we were able to translate the writing into English. The translation may not have been perfect but it was good enough to give us a fair indication of what had occurred. Kate and ...
... gathered including two Japanese restauranteurs and others who had accompanied me on my Chile adventures.
A straight forwards BA flight took us to Blagnac Airport in Toulouse which at initial inspection looked like it was still being built with a load of wooden planks nailed to all the windows (apparently this is artistic rather than health and safety it turned out).
Here we were met by our local Yoda of Armagnac, Amanda ...
... however this bridge is actually one of the oldest in Toulouse with construction starting around 1544, but I guess it was new once.
From Pont Neuf we were able to see Pont Saint-Michel, this bridge has an interesting history as there is a small island under it that was used to execute witches by tying them to trees as the river was rising and they would drown.
After an afternoon of exploring it was time for ...
Today I think I inhaled more smoke than ever in my life! I got up a bit earlier because Isidore ant to be late. WE left at about 7.40 and Hélouise's friend picked us up. We went a much different way to school than before and I learnt that the French obviously don't have too tight speed limits and the following rules! We got to school and had he morning in out buddies classes. I had double history then double maths and it was good ...