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... our carriage is at the far end of the platform (of course) and, as we think the train is about to depart, we hustle through the crowd on the platform as quickly as large wheeled suitcases will allow. We're on board, having confirmed that we are in fact on the correct train, settle into our seats and relax. We're on this train for about an hour and then have a 15 min stopover at the next station and that train will take us to La Rochelle. ...
... canal where the water is quite cool and therefore very refreshing for hot tired feet! I've collected quite a few bruises on the boat - seems there's always a rail or corner to bump into when moving around, especially when negotiating locks or mooring up. We all also have the canal boat tan - arms and legs quite a bit browner than when we left home. Shame it will be too cold to show it off when we get ...
... quite close together so the longest walk between locks is 1.5kms. Although I do have to step it out to stay ahead of the boat :). We succeed in our plan and have an almost clear run to the town of Castelnaudary (which, incidentally, is also the name of our penichette) and get through the 'staircase' of four locks before lunchtime :). We moor up to have a look around as the harbour is quite pretty and to find a restaurant to try the ...
... Rob's tickets are cheaper than mine as he's riding on 'senior age' tickets. It's a bit funny. Saved us 5.60 euro! That's one whole coffee and change! Not to be sneezed at. We checked in at 4pm to a beautiful little B&B called Maison Arlene. Only four rooms and we've booked three of them. We walk back to the station to meet Gary and Sue off the train and while we're doing that, Doi, James and Jo message that they've arrived at the hotel. So ...
... train and found people in our seats however got them to move out so we were all ok. The trains are so fast - around 250 to 300km per hour. Again nice scenery travelling to Narbonne. The landscape changed a lot once we got into France and the train stations were pretty grotty compared to the spotless train stations in Spain that we had been to.
Had a small wait in Narbonne before boarding the local train to Toulouse. Easy to get to ...