Hotel CampanileToulouse Sud Est-Cite de l'Espace
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... 5 December A surprise Saturday 16 January Journée internationale et assemblée générale Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 February AFS weekend obligatoire #2 Saturday 19 March Sortie Ski April Rugby match May Forum des langues et AFS weekend obligatoire #3 Sunday 26 June End of the year meeting ...
... of what was going on which was cool. After that maman Fabienne et moi went to the market to do a little bit of grocery shopping. It happened to be the first year anniversary of the market which meant there was clowns, the radio station bus, mayor and lots of games. It was a really cool atmosphere. I had a talk and laugh with some of the clowns. One of them told me that if NZ wins I probably want to stay at home ...
... 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 ...
... largest in France, however it is expected to become the third largest at the time of the next Census. When you first lay eyes on the buildings in the centre of the city, it is immediately clear why this city is known as the pink city. The colours of the pink brick stands out and makes a nice change to the normal concrete and glass cities we have back home.
We met Christophe and Bastien in the town square known as the Place ...
... and paintings. We loved a special exhibition of Benjamin Constant (1845-1902), with exquisite paintings of scenes in Morocco and various portraits. It was all an extra bonus as admissions were free, due to a strike we think. There was also the Saint Sernin Basilica, built in the 5th century. We had lunch at a restaurant above the market in Les Halles Victor Hugo. Good value and nice food at Le Magret for €19 each for three courses. We started with rounds of toasted ...