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... family from store to store.
However, it was not all about the shopping and we also visited the Old Bridge which took 30 years to build between 1305 and 1335. We also visited another lovely church call St Orens on the banks of the Tarn River. It was an unexpected surprise as we were not planning on visiting the church but went in for a quick look and are happy we did. The church was another wonderful display ...
... and laughter in the future.
The whole family then went for an afternoon walk where we took some Australia Day photos. This drew some interesting looks from a few of the locals, including the Mayor who came over for a chat and wished us a Happy Australia Day.
Nathan was in the photography mood and went out tonight to get some 'show winners'. It was quite cold out but hopefully the photos he took will be worth it.
... they have a solution to this problem! Nathan was pointed in the direction of the vending machines where you not only find the normal softdrink and chocolate bars for sale but also a vending machine just for togs! So after paying his 14euro and selecting the size and style he wanted (Kate would not let him by the DTs), the machine dispensed his togs in a little bag and he was right to go. This was certainly a first for us to see.
On Saturday morning ...
... an adult. We felt the children were mature enough to handle the exhibits as they did in Berlin where they were also confronted with some very graphic images.
The museum is entirely written in French however thanks to a wonderful App 'word lens' we were able to translate the writing into English. The translation may not have been perfect but it was good enough to give us a fair indication of what had occurred. Kate and ...
... by Christophe Ratz a young man who has a fondness for Rugby and beer. Funny how those two things go together so well. We saw Christophe at the brewery working his magic and singing to the brew to keep it calm and mellow while it fermented into liquid gold, perhaps this is the missing ingredient Traci's fathers home brew is lacking and stopping him from making his fortune in the world beer market.