Cuq en Terrasses Hotel Restaurant
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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 ...
... to their flight south but the French don't talk about him.
Oddly there is a Jewish connection to this story with the Jewish food laws forbidding the mixing of dairy and meat. This was easily overcome in the Mediterranean by using olive oil but as you went north, this was harder to produce so Schmaltz was used - Poultry fat which was made by force feeding geese. Soon they also found that eating the liver of these geese was also ...
... along the Garonne River was a must and it was nice to see the banks of the river filled with people enjoying the unexpected warm and sunny day. From the banks of the river we were able to see some of the cities other highlights such as the domed hospital called 'The Grave', we are not sure if we would want to be treated at a hospital called the grave..... We then crossed a lovely old bridge known as Pont Neuf which translates into ...
Today was our day to rest and reinvigorate. We got to sleep late and enjoy the beautiful grounds of the inn. We had breakfast at 8:30, then everyone sort of did their own thing. Richard and I walked to the tiny town below - not much to see in the town, but beautiful scenery and gorgeous weather - maybe about 75 degrees. We walked for about an hour, then back to the inn to roam the grounds and ...
A Celtic rock concert in a tiny village an hour’s drive from Toulouse. I can’t quite put my finger
on it, but it feels somehow surreal to be here. Why would such a band come here, to this isolated dot on a map, rather than Toulouse itself, or at least one of the many small towns that are scattered across this region? Surely there is only a tiny market for such a niche form of
‘foreign’ music, especially in a country with such a strong heritage ...