Hotel Heliot

Address: 3 Rue Heliot, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrénées, 31000, France | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Toulouse

    AFS Outings, planned and done

    A travel blog entry by annaliesefrance on Nov 07, 2015

    ... 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 ...

    All Blacks vs. France

    A travel blog entry by annaliesefrance on Oct 18, 2015

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    ... jaw dropped, I was going to go and spread my joy around the neighbouring town. I got a lot of interesting looks and double takes while I was out. We came home and I touched up my face. Everyone started to get ready and after we all arrived we gathered in the lounge to wait for the rugby. Maman, Mathis and I ended up having a mini dance battle. It was hilarious. The time of the rugby was almost upon us so maman ...

    Top Ten Attractions in Toulouse

    A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Oct 03, 2015

    4 photos

    ... This building which houses these treasures was built in 1309. It formerly housed an Augustinian convent.

    Pont Neuf

    This charming arch bridge is, in spite of its name, anything but 'new'. The bridge was built in the 16th Century. It is 220m long and provides an attractive crossing point for the ...

    On to the Spanish border

    A travel blog entry by mrvilla6 on Sep 05, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Albergue Pepito Grillo where we had booked a room. The host was friendly, we put our gear in our simple room (at least we had it to ourselves), had some bread and cheese we'd saved then went for a look around. We found the information office open (to our surprise) so got our Credencial del perigrino and some info about how to find the route tomorrow. All we need to do is attach our scallop shells to our packs and we are ready to start our Camino de ...


    A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... Toulouse that are very worth seeing. Our favorite was "Les Jacobins" convent, which had incredible vaulted ceilings and amazing stained glass windows. The old bridge is also worthy of note, but mostly it is just a place where teenagers get drunk and smash bottles. There are loads of tiny alleyways and interesting streets filled with pubs and bistros that we really enjoyed exploring. There is also a massive Ferris Wheel on ...