Ibis Toulouse Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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3am rising today. The shower water was lukewarm for some reason. Packed bags, Kevin and Maurice lugged them down stairs to the Taxi which picked us up at 4am. Simple checkin and boarding and an easy pleasant 2.5hr flight to Barcelona. No meals, so we all had a zizz. Lovely warm weather, pleasant, not humid or piercing sun like we have, and yet the temp was higher. Taxi to the apartment where we put our bags in ...
... indeed European cities generally. In other words, it's a well rounded and interesting place that manages to feel relevant as well as historic. The accessibility of the city via its airport makes it an appealing place for a short break, so we've prepared this guide for those looking to spend a couple of days in the city.
Located in the south of France, near the Spanish border, Toulouse benefits from a good climate all year round. This means ...
... The cat also sat outside with a cone around its and and in a harness.
Within the first hour she had escaped and managed to get the cone off her head. She sat in an old chicken coop and refused to come back in. We had been left with strict instructions to make sure that this did not happen. Accordingly, I spent the next 4 hours being outwitted by a cat while trying to retrieve it. In true cat style it was only once I had mostly given up that she got bored and ...
... to figure out this practice that makes it a bit more fair for me - the non drinker.
We were supposed to be doing a river cruise but when our guide stopped for the tickets, we were told the river was in spate which means close to flooding, running to high, current too strong. So no river cruise. poo. that would have taken up a nice space of time and I would have been off my knee.
We head to the Capitole, in the ...
... rope in between my teeth, hurt a leg and an arm and later noticed a big bruise on my head, but nothing broken so all well.
Toulouse is the start of the Canal de Midi and I think it will be a more difficult trip from now because the locks cant be activated by twisting a switch while still underway, now I have to park up ...