Ibis Budget Toulouse Centre
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... someone came out of the block and asked if we wanted to put them in for security). Waited at a cafe across the street for Guernica to arrive to let us in. 12.30pm we put a load of washing in, then planned our stay. Booked tickets online for tomorrow's 9.15am audio tour thru the Sagrada Familia. Walked 50mtrs from the apartments (which is on the first floor) where we decided to purchase a €9.95 travel ticket ...
... into the house.
We took the opportunity to visit a local wine chateau. We walked past Bryan's estimate of it being 20 minutes down the road and arrived there about an hour later in the blistering heat. The chateau appeared like a mirage in the desert. We did an extensive tasting of the local wine and asked what we should visit in the area. Within a few minutes we had three French woman pushing maps into our hands and insisting that we visit various ...
... town...see photos.
On the trip home we had time to stop in carcassone for dinner - Marvin...see the photo of the Cassolet.
Marg B - You'll love the simple pricing structure for the car park, HP (or CSC) would have been proud of it
Must add two highlights for HiHo - first was having her photo taken next to the concord and secondly finding her long lost sister....see photos of both
Nearly didn't make it home before sunset at 9:45pm
... in Paris which is always wonderful, especially when it doesn't rain. Found Amsterdam interesting and the galleries wonderful. Enjoyed the experience and sights of the two cruises, but feel we can cross river cruising off the bucket list now. Loved the French food and ate far too much duck, foie gras, cheese, bread and croissants. Loved the wine, hated the coffee! Found the french ...
... a mixture of road types and all went well. Until we entered the old town of Toulouse. We planned to drop off our luggage and then return the car to the main station. The old town was a labyrinth of roads just the width of one car, a mix of one-way and two-way but no obvious signs saying which, rapidly moving, pedestrian filled, densely parked streets that bamboozled Vivienne even though she insisted on giving instructions. Half an hour of mayhem in the ...