Cuq en Terrasses Hotel Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... more like Italy than the France we'd driven through so far. We had been told that a lot of the supermarkets had washing machines in their entrances (clothes wash whilst you shop). So we stopped at a hypermarket on the way, no sign of any machines, so got the shopping and had lunch. As we were leaving, across the road in the petrol station, were a row ...
The slow moving, slow talking city of Toulouse is called the Ville Rose due to the pink terracotta bricks that are found in many of the buildings here. This picturesque capital of the southern Midi-Pyrenées region sits on the river Garonne, close to the Spanish border. It has many historic and cultural attractions – here are ten of the ...
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 ...
... to appear rude. So that was the start of my time with Bernard and his beautiful paradise which was set in a valley, where the meeting of two rivers came together at the bottom of his field. He had forests climbing up all around the bottom of his land in all directions which sounds claustrophobic but the very ancient mill house (Trois Moulin) was set up high on a terraced hill so that when you looked out of the kitchen window you could see the tops of the trees and ...