Travel Blogs from Le Passage
... French and perhaps is something to do with the port as the manager has had others suspect that their boat has been occupied without any visible sign of entry.
The bad start to our break didn’t end there. The pump, which allows us to flush the loo had stopped working and in order to flush we had to pull the loo roll store out, turn the valve, flush and turn it off – a real ball ache. Just before going to bed, I went for a wee and flushed the ...
... and I got my very own tower to sleep in.
Within a few hours of arriving I was invited out fishing with 'the boys'. And as most of you know, fishing is not my idea of a good time, but I could obviously not decline the offer. Well... turns out there are absolutely no fish worth catching in this river (none that they have seen in 30 years anyway), and the boat was stocked with bottles of ...
... cooked medium with Jambon and Foie gras Salade. Great!!!!
Back to our room for a sleep as we were really tired.
One & half hours of the deepest sleep and we then went back into town and stumbled on a very nice Creperie. Poulet/curry with raisin & pineapple was washed down with a Brut cidre. Jacqui had Quatre Fromage with a Pastis. Tomorrow looks to be our longest ride into Toulouse so the lights will be out soon as I post this. A' ...
... is that I am in town and it's bucketing down again and my umbreller has already been donated to the wind gods while being soaked and frozen last week on the Garronne river.
We were a bit late starting 9.50am as were doing blogs LOL. No a bit to much great food and wine. Anyway we took it nice and easy for the first ten kms then once you warm up the pace quickens to between 20 to 24kms per hr. turned out to be very hot towards the end of the ride.
The first part of the canal was lovely with big trees shading us, the further along we went it was more open and not so pretty, a few other riders but ...
Other places to stay in Le Passage
Lotissement Gaussens Centre hotelier, Le Passage | 2 star hotelfrom $76