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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and not with a French accent. I’m wondering if there are viewings of American
films in English as well… but good, I expected it to be in French since I’m in
a movie theatre in France. Back to the movie, I thought the story line would be
more about magic tricks and not just a magician who was in love. BUT, the
theatres in France (or ...
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... and other fish I have never even heard of. Same goes for the cheese, there are so many different varieties that we just don't get in Australia. I then walked around the city centre, which was very busy being Saturday. For lunch, I found a wonderful cafe near the market. I figured it must be good because all the locals were eating there. So I treated myself to a typically long French lunch with wine, and realised why the French eat dinner so late. They are recovering from lunch!! ...
... dinner. I had duck with vegetables and Rob has the famous dish, cassolet, (casserole of pork and fava beans). We returned to the bar as we wanted to give the owner a small gift from Australia. There were now quite a few locals in there so we had conversations with others, including a retired chef. Of course there were more drinks involved, including some complimentary ones poured by the owner! Next day we continued our travels in the Pyrenees, with the task of delivering a gift to a ...
... and a bottle of wine for him - so nice. This hotel's internet seems to be really slow, so I'll post pictures tomorrow. Went to eat dinner late with Johnny and Jan. Oysters, mussels and goat cheese salad were delicious. Sorry I didn't take pictures. Fun times! Tomorrow we have day in Sete to go to market - should be interesting. Bonne Nuit!