Citadines Toulouse Wilson
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Millie has had a miraculous recovery. On Tuesday, we thought we were losing her, but on Wednesday morning she started eating and hasn't stopped. We have stayed around Elne enjoying the sun and cooler weather and giving her more and more food. She has stopped vomiting, we have had so,I'd deposits in the tray, and she is so much more settled. D continues to enjoy the sea. We left Latour Bas Elne on Monday, ...
... stroll along it's banks.
Elsewhere in the city there are several world class galleries and museums to enjoy. One of the best galleries in Toulouse is it's modern art gallery, Les Abattoirs. The collection houses an impressive 2,300 works of art, representing a vast number of artists and styles. The gallery has hosted famous modern artworks by Picasso and Duchamp and a walk through its halls can be an eye-opening and awe-inspiring experience. ...
... sitting next to me was probably, and with more justification, thinking "speak French" at me. I also remembered that Daveywarner is a tool.
At Toulouse airport we had our first attempt at a conversation in French. I painstakingly prepared the opening stanzas of a conversation asking where the bus stop was. However, before I finished the first line, the waitress replied in English with the directions. her face wore a frustrated expression which let me know ...
... Black Madonna - remember her from the Secret Life of Bees? After that we went to Saint Etienne Cathedral - very pretty stained glass windows. After that we strolled to The Les Jacobins Museum. it was our favorite attraction of the day - beautiful gardens, sculptures, and artwork. It really had it all. By the time we did all this, it was 2:00. We had a quick salad, then roamed about until we ended up back at ...
... 30 to the street. Great to have such a nice place to retreat to. Art show openings were spilling onto our street from two galleries. By the main drag, Rue du Languedoc, it was obvious a Friday buzz was on. We walked on and my nose led us to Place de la Trinité nearby. Two hundred and fifty people at tables under big canvas awnings, outside three, could have been four, bars. We had a mission to have a Pernod, the successor of absinthe, and sit out. We picked seats ...