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- Pets allowed
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... the hoops teachers have to jump through to
actually become a teacher in Spain, Germany, England and of course, Canada.
I had a good time in Toulouse, I really liked the feel of
the city. It was nice, clean, young and had a cute little downtown area. In fact,
the reason why it is nicknamed la ville rose is because of the pinkish terracotta
bricks that the buildings there are made out of.
The next morning we woke up and caught our next train to
... with the 'good people' lining up for heaven, but the 'bad' are shown in seven paintings of the deadly sins (greed, gluttony, sloth, envy etc) and it is enough to make you ill. People are being boiled alive in vats of oil, or dragged around wheels, or attacked by devils. Not nice at all! We walked around the La Perouse museum, which is in Botany Bay Square, and provides an excellent history of La Perouse's expeditions around the world. Then we ...
... spent the afternoon just sitting in the sun in Place Wilson, people-watching just like everyone else. When I got back to the hotel, I got a call from David, my host and teacher for the next week, and he is picking me up earlier tomorrow, so that I can have lunch in Gramont and settle into my home for the next few days. I don't know what the wifi connection will be like In such a small village, so if you don't hear from me, don't worry. I'll update the blog when I arrive in Paris on ...
We left Dublin to catch a late morning flight, 1hr50min to Toulouse. There wasn't much of the day left after checking into the apartment, so we went for a walk to the nearby shops to have a bagette for a late lunch, picked up some groceries and then did a few chores like washing. We explored the main sights in Toulouse the next day, and were really impressed by the Musee Des Augustins. This was a monastery from 14th and 15th centuries and a museum since 1793. It includes 4000 works, ...
... man – barely 5 feet- who died in his late 30’s.
We try another local restaurant for dinner. Again 3 courses. I try the Pot au Feu de Mer, expecting a fish stew of some sort but end up with 9 different small pieces of fish, scallops, and shrimp. It is tasty and the dessert of crème anglais (thin pudding) in a large balloon glass with a piece of spongy cake floating in it is ...