Fasthotel Toulouse Blagnac Aeroport
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We left Toulouse at 8:30a.m. for the 2 hour drive to Carcasonne. We had a delicious group lunch at a restaurant - kind of a duck stew with potatoes - really too heavy for lunch, but we ate it anyway. Sure hope my pants fit for the rest of the trip. We had some free time to wander around and do a little shopping in the town. We met the group at ...
Before heading back to where Karine and Olivier live on the east coast of France, we took a little trip to Montauban, a small city where Olivier went to boarding school as a child. This city is as old as the village where the wedding was, dating back to around 1150.
I just realized I spelled Montauban wrong on every single photo caption. Oops.
Another full day of exploring Toulouse. We had a great breakfast with the group, then everyone kind of did their own thing. Richard and I did the "cultural things" in the morning, then spent the afternoon wandering aimlessly about. We headed for a walk along the river and took pictures of the historic Pont Neuf - bridge over the Garonne River. We then went to Notre Dame de la Daurade where we saw the statue ...
Well, it was a very long day, but Richard and I arrived to Toulouse without the drama that Michael Anne and Susie had. Jennifer picked us up at 6:15 am for the flight from New Orleans, where we flew to Atlanta with a plane full of Saints fans. (Saints are playing the Atlanta Falcons today in Atlanta). We had a 4 hour layover ...
... to being on the political fault lines i.e. bottom up.
Ironically the war that nearly destroyed Puycelsi was WW1, because half of the town's men marched away to war and did not come back. One is reminded about how devastated France was during WW1 and WW2 by the prominent memorials almost every village we drive through has.
Fortunately, the tourist industry has drawn fresh life ...