Campanile Toulouse Nord - Sesquieres
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... theatres which are used as classrooms for schools visiting the museum. The museum built on what we have been learning over the past few days and provided an excellent opportunity for Kate and Roy to actually read first hand accounts of the actions of the Resistance fighters such as smuggling allied soldiers over the Pyrenees Mountains into Spain, and has left us all wanting to learn more.
... 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 ...
... local gastronomy, in particular Duck and even more in particular the fattened liver of the Barbary Duck - Foie Gras. This somewhat controversial food is produced under French Law (oh yes, they have some odd laws in France). This law says that it must be produced by gavage - force feeding the goose or duck corn through a feeding tube. There is now a chap in Spain who is producing this without force feeding through the bird's natural wish to ...
... 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 ...
... show us around the region they are clearly proud of.
We did not have the opportunity to explore Montauban today, rather we all went for a three course lunch at local restaurant where we had the chance to sample fine local wines and regional delicacies such as foie gras and cured meat as well as the obligatory feast on a variety of cakes, pastries and other nice desserts! The kids definitely were impressed with the wide variety of dessert on ...