Balladins Toulouse Purpan
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- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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The plan for the year with AFS Midi-Pyrénées. Still not sure what everything is yet. Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 October AFS weekend obligatoire #1 As you can find from my post on this it was amazing. AFS Midi-Pyrénées is the best !!!! Saturday 7 November Patinoire - Ice Skating Was ...
... New Zealand by using New Zealand tattoos that my grandma (thank you grandma) gave me. I proceeded to make my face rather interesting and was quite excited. After I finished to try and surprise maman but she wasn't really shocked. I suppose this sort of things normal with me, lots of random things. Then she told me that her and I were going out to the supermarket and to drop some things off at a secondhand ...
... this grand plaza in front of the Capitole. The Capitole is the centre of municipal administration for Toulouse and crowds of people mill about on the pedestrianised square.
This fine art museum which houses a collection of sculpture and paintings from the Middle Ages to the early ...
... Canfranc - Estacion has a dilapidated grand railway station built on a grand scale from the times that most people came there by train; that is now derilict and fenced off. The line was close within the last decade after some damage on the Spanish side of the border tunnel, and France deciding the traffic flow wasn't worth it, so they refused to reopen it. A small 2 carriage train runs daily down into Spain, but has few passengers.
We wandered ...
... city is very walk-able.The downtown is filled with large brick cathedrals and spacious squares, (where there were several awkward martial arts demonstrations during our stay). These squares also host large markets on weekends. We completed all of the suggested walking tours and we both managed to step in dog excrement (which is not surprising considering the French don't pick it up).
There are many noteworthy ...