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... Malanda. Unlike the bigger cities it's very well looked after. Lourdes is the 2nd largest city in France for tourists - Paris is No.1 We joined in the torchlight procession at 9pm with about 1000 other people. 6 million people come here annually. Around 30,000 a day visit the Grotto between April and October. Only 15,000 people actually live here. These are huge numbers for such a tiny ...
... size and decoration. When we entered, someone was playing the organ and the sound was about blasting us out of the church. And it was more like a horror film music than cathedral Bach or anything. Very strange was that music. Have no clue what they might have been practicing or for what. I couldn't stay very long because it was so loud.
Back out into the street and everyone is hungry so our guide starts down another ...
... wonderfully French pastry shops where not only does everything look marvelous but also tastes fantastic as well. I get a couple of drinks and then walk through the market back to the hotel. The market is typical of many places where Moroccans have come up to sell their jewelery and bags and handicrafts so I found nothing of note that I couldn't live without. I leave a note at the desk for our group leader and hit my room where I put an ...
... into the night. Steve gave us a few lessons on tasting wine and sampling cheese. His extended family have their own vineyards in the Rhone River Valley so he had lots of wonderful insights to share with us.
Stephanie prepared a wonderful meal for us on our first night there and we happily enjoyed our first bowl of homemade Ratatouille! ...
... however this bridge is actually one of the oldest in Toulouse with construction starting around 1544, but I guess it was new once.
From Pont Neuf we were able to see Pont Saint-Michel, this bridge has an interesting history as there is a small island under it that was used to execute witches by tying them to trees as the river was rising and they would drown.
After an afternoon of exploring it was time for ...