Hotel La Flanerie
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... as well as a taxi driver strike. A French woman also waiting for the train made a phone call and assured us that our train would still be coming. She was right! We're back in Toulouse by 10:30 where we say goodbye to the Dennets. They will stay here overnight, head back to Paris in the morning and catch the Eurostar to England for the next part of their holiday. Rob and I will see them in Paris in a few weeks. We and the Mcrae's ...
... into the lock ready to take ropes and now, to start the lock process. We stop for lunch along the canal, once the locks close for lunch, stop again at a mooring spot near Ville-Franche where we walk 2kms into the town and 2 kms back (obviously) for water, beers and some picnic style food for dinner.we head off for our final mooring point, Negra, at about 4:30pm and arrive about 45mins later. It's ...
After brekky, we're keen to get away as close to possible to 9am and before The Caroline, a longboat for hire with crew, gets going for the morning. These long boats are great but if they are ahead, they take up the entire lock and there is a fair bit of waiting to be done before we can get through the locks. As its only 6kms to Castelnaudary, our destination for lunch I've decided to walk. The journey included 5 sets of locks and ...
... here! Once everyone's settled in, we head out for a cooling ale just around the corner from the hotel, then it's back for a quick change and then out for dinner at Coco Sweet, the restaurant where we spent a few hours this afternoon. Had a lovely wine with dinner, the same as Rob and I had last night in Toulouse and the rest of the group also enjoyed it. The boys had cigars in the courtyard after dinner and the rest of us went up for bed. Day ...
... restaurants and the square where the traffic goes - usually pedestrians and people on push bikes. But there's also the occasional motorbike, car and, this evening a large coach! It all seems to work. We had a last lovely dinner in probably the nicest restaurant we've been to so far,with a wonderful we'd wine, Pic Saint-Loup from Chateau de Lascaux, a wonderful red. We'll be looking for more of that on the canal boat trip. Great day out, great visit to ...