Hotel Balladins Castres
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Four hours of driving which we're finding quite easy especially with TomTom guiding us. We've only headed down a oneway street the wrong way once but the funniest incident was when we accidentally drove into a car park & couldn't find our way out. We stopped at a boom gate & not being able to see how to get through it, Lindy started to reverse. From across ...
Last day on the canal boat. We decide to stay in the port for a while and leave either just before or just after lunch. We have a bit of a sleep in and then get up and explore the area. It is a little strange. There is a very large truck stop nearby with a 24 hour service station, a hotel and the restaurant, cafe, shop building. The cafe is open early so we go there for coffee and morning tea, and ...
... keeper there to keep an eye on proceedings. Our last lock for the night was the first one heading downstream. We've been travelling upstream the entire journey so far, until now. It's all down hill from here! Now that we're moored up, we have a bit of an explore. The village is a couple of kilometres away but there is a good restaurant here and a cafeteria, souvenir shop and a few other things. Most are closed this evening as ...
... first class hotel rooms for $65, $75 dollars, rooms that go for upwards of $200. And we don't care where in Vienna or Prague or wherever they are located since we simply plug the address into our GPS (iPhone, believe it or not has the absolute best GPS, better than two in-dash models in two high end rental cars we've had on this trip. Plug iPhone into the cigarette lighter and it puts you down precisely where the address you typed in said to put you down. No hassle, no sweat.) ...
... called Puicheric we got on our bikes again and rode in to find bread for lunch. On our way I saw a little road kill item and yelled at the kids "watch out for the squashed rat!" And they said "no mum, it's a mole!" It certainly wasn't the one from the book "the mole who knew it was none if his business" as there was no blob from Basil the dog on its head. Furthermore we think it was a distant cousin of Ben's as it had a ...