Kyriad Toulouse Centre
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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 ...
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We took the opportunity to visit a local wine chateau. We walked past Bryan's estimate of it being 20 minutes down the road and arrived there about an hour later in the blistering heat. The chateau appeared like a mirage in the desert. We did an extensive tasting of the local wine and asked what we should visit in the area. Within a few minutes we had three French woman pushing maps into our hands and insisting that we visit various ...
... I really wasn't expecting much, but I was impressed by the show. It was long and varied with a lot of different songs and impressive fireworks that reflected off the water. The finale was quite fun.
We walked back toward the hotel, ready for dinner. Of course, that meant we were stuck with McDo. We both had hamburgers and small iced teas. The iced teas (2.30 Eu ea) cost more than the hamburgers (2 Eu ea). Is that strange to anyone else?