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... find anything to watch and ended up watching the news
but it was still neat to watch French television and see how much we
We had a pretty calm day in Toulouse, just went for a walk
around the town, took pics, saw some churches, had a picnic and then went to
the movie theatre.
Toulouse is a university city. The Uni is just next to the
downtown area, so there were tons of students my age around. Our picnic in the
park was great, we ...
... two nights in Stavanger and the two nights in Oslo. Although, our hosts mentioned our affordable trip might not be as inexpensive as hoped. While the tickets may have been cheap, other traveling expenses will not be. Oh well, I refuse to let such a matter get in the way of our trip. We decided on a goal budget of 500 euros, all expenses included; hopefully we aren't being too idealistic.
Almost there, and another first....my first ...
... who runs the auberge in the village. I decided to fully participate in the course which did include preparing foie gras, but I doubt I will do it again. David and Bernard tried to convince us that it is now a very humane process to collect the foie gras but I still have my doubts. As well as savoury dishes such as how to prepare duck, cassoulet and others that I can't remember at the moment(!) I can now fillet a fish correctly, and bone out ...
... and other fish I have never even heard of. Same goes for the cheese, there are so many different varieties that we just don't get in Australia. I then walked around the city centre, which was very busy being Saturday. For lunch, I found a wonderful cafe near the market. I figured it must be good because all the locals were eating there. So I treated myself to a typically long French lunch with wine, and realised why the French eat dinner so late. They are recovering from lunch!! ...
... old town, with it's ancient walls and cobblestone streets, lined with small shops. We had dinner on the terrace of a restaurant beside the river. We had a slow, well slower than usual start, to the morning as we didn't have far to drive. The breakfast at the hotel was quite pricey, so we had petit degienir at a nearby restaurant. It included fresh orange juice, a hot drink, and a croissant, pain au chocolate, bagette and jam. Au revoir France, for now, as we were heading to San Sebastian in ...