Adagio Access Toulouse Jolimont
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... our carriage is at the far end of the platform (of course) and, as we think the train is about to depart, we hustle through the crowd on the platform as quickly as large wheeled suitcases will allow. We're on board, having confirmed that we are in fact on the correct train, settle into our seats and relax. We're on this train for about an hour and then have a 15 min stopover at the next station and that train will take us to La Rochelle. ...
Last day on the canal boat. We decide to stay in the port for a while and leave either just before or just after lunch. We have a bit of a sleep in and then get up and explore the area. It is a little strange. There is a very large truck stop nearby with a 24 hour service station, a hotel and the restaurant, cafe, shop building. The cafe is open early so we go there for coffee and morning tea, and ...
... cassoulet. We find a restaurant, eat cassoulet and wander around for a couple of hours. Great break! Then back on board for the run into Port Lauragais. There are about 5 sets of locks to negotiate and we're getting very polished at this now. In the last part of the journey we entered the automatic lock area and these are super easy to use. They are only automatic if there is one lock. Any doubles or triples will still have ...
This was originally to have been a day in Carcassonne but due to the weather (it is supposed to rain and be chilly and windy), we changed it to our Toulouse day. So we do not have transport today but will be on foot and looking around the city where we can duck into buildings and shops and such in the rain. OHHH, lucky me. Also it will be our only day to really have a lot of shopping and we are a group of shoppers! I thought I ...
... Being out in a small village English wasn't commonly spoken so we had a lot of fun trying to translate the menu. Fish for entree and fish for main! Was so good! The fish in the main came as a whole fillet, still with bones. Those who know Shane know how much he likes bones!! He did very well eating it. It did taste amazing. We cant believe that this is common for most French everyday. It is literaly a 2hr lunch break with these massive 3 course meals. Everything, except ...