Grand Hotel de l'Opera
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I had a good time in Toulouse, I really liked the feel of
the city. It was nice, clean, young and had a cute little downtown area. In fact,
the reason why it is nicknamed la ville rose is because of the pinkish terracotta
bricks that the buildings there are made out of.
The next morning we woke up and caught our next train to
... some quality was sacrificed. I spent the rest of the afternoon coordinating trip details with Hannah, talking with my mom, and watching Netflix. I wanted to venture out and experience Toulouse, but Jordi was too tired and me navigating such a big city on my own is dangerous. Plus, why start out the trip with extra strain on my budget. I even managed to find a supermarket for lunch/dinner rather than eating at the MacDo across the street. Every little bit ...
... very well. Luckily breakfast here is available up until noon, so there is a good chance for a sleep in. I then walked into the city centre, and realised that the hotel is located in a bit of s dodgy part of town. Probably why I didn't go out to find a restaurant last night, or tonight either. Luckily the restaurant here is excellent. So I walked to Market Victor Hugo, where the locals do their food shopping. The seafood displays were amazing - I have never seen so many scallops and ...
... lived a few kilometres from Pau. They are very dear friends of a family we know. After asking a couple of people we found the house and once we explained who we were the elderly couple welcomed us like long lost friends! Only the gentleman spoke English, but the lovely woman kept telling us things, which her husband then interpreted. They then fussed over us, bringing out the dishes for our lunch, which included fois gras, then a lentil casserole, then cheeses, followed by ...
... Days 8 and 9: We have begun life as real French students. In the morning, we are going to the Lycée Ozenne and after lunch in the cafeteria with the other French students, we start class at a specialist language school situated in the city.
Our last day: The students enjoyed touring the city's ...