Cuq en Terrasses Hotel Restaurant
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... native to South America and since being introduced in Europe have become a pest. After sketching, we checked into the hotel, managed to cram our bikes into the very crowded bike lock-up, then headed to the city centre for dinner. It was about 6:00 pm, but restaurants don't open until 7:00 pm or 7:30 pm for dinner. So, we explored the city, bought some pastries and then had dinner at La Chaloupe on the canal. We rode 25k ...
... where the Sketch and Cycle tour along the Canal du Midi that we would be doing would be starting tomorrow. It was about 4 km. We rode back to the hotel, ate the rest of our baguette with hummus and then set out from the hotel to sightsee. We were lucky - the first Sunday of the month, there is free entry to museums, galleries, etc, so we spent the day exploring the downtown and going to the ...
... with food and friends. The evening entertainments were a disappointment on the whole. Other than an excellent orchestra/cabaret set on Friday evening, the performers were either lacking ability or support from their crew. The singer who was doing a tribute to Mike Brant was good, but his sound system was poor, the mic broke down and his crew couldn't get his backing tapes in e correct order. The DJ ...
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 ...