Kyriad Toulouse Sud-Roques
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... for the train to Bordeaux where we will change trains and head to La Rochelle for 2 nights before we say goodbye to them and start on our cycling tour. Now that we're out of the sun and not moving around much, we're all a bit tired so there will probably be some gentle snoring occurring on the train in is afternoon ;). The train journey started slow, had a bit of a panicked rush in the middle and ended slow. After about a 2 hour wait ...
... a look around in the souvenir shop then head out for the day, just before lunch. There are only 5 locks to go through today, although there are two doubles and they are all downstream which seems a bit easier. I opt to cycle from the first lock through the next two and Sue comes with me. The single locks are automatic so we have perfected out system of dropping off the shore crew, Gary and I, ...
... quite close together so the longest walk between locks is 1.5kms. Although I do have to step it out to stay ahead of the boat :). We succeed in our plan and have an almost clear run to the town of Castelnaudary (which, incidentally, is also the name of our penichette) and get through the 'staircase' of four locks before lunchtime :). We moor up to have a look around as the harbour is quite pretty and to find a restaurant to try the ...
Today we headed to Lezignan-Corbiere to meet up with our wine club friends. We overnight here before taxiing to Argens Minervois to take charge of a penichette for 7. What a hoot! We catch the train from Toulouse and spend about 90 mins watching beautiful scenery before our stop. We arrive at 2:15pm and we're currently in the restaurant near our hotel waiting for the owners to arrive so we can check in. The restaurant owner is very friendly, ...
... in the three main Spanish cities and be happy. It is the fourth largest French city and I guess the significance for me is that many ancient pilgrims stopped here on their way to El Camino, and now I too have done so. Charlemagne was also prominent here in ancient times and dong battle with the Moors.
It is great to have some down time as we really have been on the go for the past eight days. Having said that, I ...