Le Moulin de Moissac Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... family from store to store.
However, it was not all about the shopping and we also visited the Old Bridge which took 30 years to build between 1305 and 1335. We also visited another lovely church call St Orens on the banks of the Tarn River. It was an unexpected surprise as we were not planning on visiting the church but went in for a quick look and are happy we did. The church was another wonderful display ...
Happy Australia Day!
Kate and Roy were a little upset this morning when they found out that they had school today even though it is a public holiday back in Australia! 'How unfair' they cried!!! This morning after singing the National Anthem and completing our math lesson we were joined by Karine a lady who lives near us in Montpezat-de-Quercy and is an English teacher at a nearby Catholic School. Karine has invited Kate and Roy to teach ...
... During our time in Europe we have discussed WW1 and WW2 quite at bit with the children as well as visited many monuments and other historical sites. Recently our discussions have been about the French Resistance and their valuable role in WW2. This came about after we discovered that there were a number of young men in the town we are staying in who were part of the Resistance as well as three men who were executed by the ...
... and the National Anthem followed by the exciting news that this afternoon if the students were good we would go on a field trip! Kate nearly put the field trip in jeopardy as she was not too happy with the excellent teaching methods displayed by Nathan and Traci, however this slight hurdle was overcome and the afternoon adventure began.
Our first stop on the field trip was to the Ratz Brewery, a small ...
... lives close to our Gite and a retired english couple Ralph and Linda who have lived here for about 10 years as well as a number of other locals. Everyone made us feel very welcome and seemed genuinily pleased that we were spending a month in their beautiful town.
We had to leave the function at 8pm as we were excepting Thierry, Celine and Clara for dinner. We had another late but wonderful evening with them and the children all got along very ...