Ibis Toulouse Ponts Jumeaux
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Not a bad place, typical Ibis - no frills. Only real bum burner is that you have to manhandle your luggage up to your room from the basement carpark ...no lift. Bad building design.
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We got lots of sleep on the flight to Frankfurt and arrived in Toulouse to pick up the car we've leased for 3 months. Had a hard time even getting out of the parking lot! Luckily our GPS speaks English this time and we were shown how to use it.
Strolled around town and sat for ages over a couple of beers people-watching.
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The big day. Rugby World Cup semi quarter finals. NZ vs France. My home vs my new home. Rugby is said to be a religion in New Zealand. In my opinion I do t think it's far off that. Rugby in the South of France, particularly the South West and Toulouse is not far off a religion also. The day started off by going to a talk at the library about wellbeing and reflexology. It was really interesting and I could ...
Canal de Brienne
The Canal de Brienne connects the Garonne river with the Canal du Midi and the Canal du Garonne. Here you can either take to the water on a boating tour or simply walk along the leafy paths beside the canal to escape for a while from the hustle and bustle of the city.
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... a 90 cent loaf of bread a couple of sub two euro cheeses and a one euro pottle of olives. We sat in the sun at a local park for hours and ate our feast yarning about what was to come on our trip. Having arrived in trousers, I now wore shorts: "let the tanning commence" I said quietly to myself in my own head - although not so that it could could be heard by anyone.
The next day day we woke up and toured the sights of Toulouse. In a few hours we saw ...