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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... with their son Ben who is now almost 20. One night at the transport cafe, a meal by the canal in villasavary, and a boules competition not won by the coopers. We also went to the Chinese buffet in carcassonne. Saturday was grey and cloudy, but reasonable weather in which to travel. We are returning to the campsite at Cesseras, up in the Minervois mountains. It's a fraught last 15 km. Olonzac is a narrow ...
... evening turns out to be great fun and the cheese is eaten quickly. I mention the evening mostly as the introduction for my beard. I had not shaved since leaving New Zealand and I was starting to be rather proud of my designer stubble/bourgeoning beard. This satisfaction was quickly dashed when Peter asked "do you always walk about with that bum fluff on your face". My pride in my facial hear was immediately dashed and replaced the grim realization that it was simply ...
... Our purses are briefly inspected upon entry but it is free to get into this magnificent old building. As we are standing at the foot of a elaborate staircase, I realize that my phone is missing! OMG. Knock on wood but to date, through years of travel and well over 100 countries, I have not been pick-pocketed. So I wasn't sure I had been but figured it had dropped out of my pocket when I went to the restroom at the restaurant. I told ...
... to the lock to activate, then walk back to the boat before it shuts down again, anyway should be fun.
I'm parked in a very nice marina with all facilities called St Sauveurs, very helpful and friendly and not too far to the city centre. might stay for awhile.
Showered, shaved and ready for my bed after a quick beer.
... centre of the French aeronautical industry.
Continuing on from Wilson Square down streets lined with medieval houses that were almost too narrow for our bus to navigate, we arrived at Toulouse's cathedral - St Etienne - which was begun in the 11th century. Toulouse's Natural History Museum, which we also drove past, covers an area of 6,000 metres and is the second largest in the country. The museum is near to the park district, which as you may have guessed has ...