Ibis Toulouse Lavaur
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Taking the quieter country roads from the Mid-Pyrennes to Provence is a beautiful way to see the France countryside, especially when the fields are plentiful for harvest. It really tells a story of the true heart of France.
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... as well as a taxi driver strike. A French woman also waiting for the train made a phone call and assured us that our train would still be coming. She was right! We're back in Toulouse by 10:30 where we say goodbye to the Dennets. They will stay here overnight, head back to Paris in the morning and catch the Eurostar to England for the next part of their holiday. Rob and I will see them in Paris in a few weeks. We and the Mcrae's ...
... canal where the water is quite cool and therefore very refreshing for hot tired feet! I've collected quite a few bruises on the boat - seems there's always a rail or corner to bump into when moving around, especially when negotiating locks or mooring up. We all also have the canal boat tan - arms and legs quite a bit browner than when we left home. Shame it will be too cold to show it off when we get ...
... cassoulet. We find a restaurant, eat cassoulet and wander around for a couple of hours. Great break! Then back on board for the run into Port Lauragais. There are about 5 sets of locks to negotiate and we're getting very polished at this now. In the last part of the journey we entered the automatic lock area and these are super easy to use. They are only automatic if there is one lock. Any doubles or triples will still have ...
On Tuesday, we arrived in Toulouse at the airport and following our information previously obtained from Peugeot, we looked for and waited for our pick up to take us to the car. After a short period of time we remembered previous times with Renault and rang, announcing our arrival and requesting pick up. The rest ran smoothly and we have a nice shiny new Peugeot wagon, plenty of space, and a car instruction manual - in French - ...
... in the half-hour tour, which I chose to forego rather than drop out of the group. I did of course buy a bit of chocolate, though), we again hit the road.
At last, amidst big-city traffic and noise, we reached the hotel , and since the van hadn't yet arrived, immediately sought out beer .
While others disassembled and packed their bikes, I set out to do ...