L'Hotel Du Commerce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... family from store to store.
However, it was not all about the shopping and we also visited the Old Bridge which took 30 years to build between 1305 and 1335. We also visited another lovely church call St Orens on the banks of the Tarn River. It was an unexpected surprise as we were not planning on visiting the church but went in for a quick look and are happy we did. The church was another wonderful display ...
... and laughter in the future.
The whole family then went for an afternoon walk where we took some Australia Day photos. This drew some interesting looks from a few of the locals, including the Mayor who came over for a chat and wished us a Happy Australia Day.
Nathan was in the photography mood and went out tonight to get some 'show winners'. It was quite cold out but hopefully the photos he took will be worth it.
... Roy quoting about one elderly lady 'she has some good moves'. Going to the swimming pool here is a little different to what we are used to back home, for instance Nathan brought his swimming shorts with him but they were not allowed as only DTs or lycra swimming trunks are allowed to be worn. We have no idea why this is a rule and it is not a pretty sight on some of, shall we say bigger men! Without the trunks it looked like Nathan was not able to join in, ...
Today for school we went on an excursion to Toulouse to visit the Resistance Museum and the recently opened Aeroscopia Aircraft Museum.
The Resistance Museum covers three floors and has been operating for 20 years, entry to the museum is free and is very well presented. It caters for both French and English visitors with English handouts provided if you ask for them. Also, there are a number ...
We arrived at Pont du Canal ready to depart by 11am. The boat (Magnifique) wasn't ready so we headed off for a coffee. Paul went through the final instructions with the man from Le Boat and we were off and running. We had 9 locks to conquer for the day so it was going to be busy. At each lock, Paul had to use the automatic devise that prepared the lock for us to enter. The lock had to fill up with water first which then allowed us to ...