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... the gentle giant. Louis is a two year old Pyrenees Mountain dog whom we have gotten to know very well. Great accommodations with lots of room to spread out. As in Triana we have our own pool, but this time it is a large saltwater pool (13M X 7M) and very swimmable if only it was warmer. The property (the owners house and two other rental units) is right on the Canal du Midi a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Canal du Midi along with the Canal ...
... from our would- be origional rental was plainly visible each time we returned to Triana from an excursion. It is most pretty twinkling in the distance at night. Over the course of the last month seeing it there sparked many a discussion on the merits of driving up to see it. A little reluctantly, last Saturday we decided to give the drive up a try and we are really glad we did. It's a small white-washed town of 1600 people ...
... other locks. We were lined up at the checkouts for about 40 mins ( there was people everywhere). Just as we got to the lady to pay, the old boy behind me collapsed forward. I grabbed him with the lady behind me and eased him onto the floor. He was grey looking and the security came over with help pretty quickly. ...
- Made it through the last lock into Narbonne not without incident.
- This is a control lock and they wont let you through without your carnet to use the canals, I dont have a carnet because no one could it seems take the money anywhere previously.
- They dont accept cards, and I had to scrape the cash together.
- 81.4 € for the use of the waterway from Bordeaux, a bargain indeed.
- Having watched some ...
While in Madrid, I asked the Train Info counter, that my train schedule had some reserved tickets, but 2 legs of my route, I had chosen to take 2 unreserved trains. The Train person said that it was unwise.....that as soon as I could I should buy reserved tickets. I only had about an hour and a half to do so once I got to this (Narbonne) station....now, remember usually stations have several platforms....so it's anyone's guess were you get dropped off...and ...