Hotel Le Pavillon du Chateau de Garrevaques
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... find anything to watch and ended up watching the news
but it was still neat to watch French television and see how much we
We had a pretty calm day in Toulouse, just went for a walk
around the town, took pics, saw some churches, had a picnic and then went to
the movie theatre.
Toulouse is a university city. The Uni is just next to the
downtown area, so there were tons of students my age around. Our picnic in the
park was great, we ...
... with the 'good people' lining up for heaven, but the 'bad' are shown in seven paintings of the deadly sins (greed, gluttony, sloth, envy etc) and it is enough to make you ill. People are being boiled alive in vats of oil, or dragged around wheels, or attacked by devils. Not nice at all! We walked around the La Perouse museum, which is in Botany Bay Square, and provides an excellent history of La Perouse's expeditions around the world. Then we ...
... What we didn't do in Carcassonne was visit Le Parc Australien! I found a brochure for this and couldn't beleive it. There are kangaroos, birds etc as well as what looks like manequins of aborigines! The next day we drove along more winding roads and through scenic villages. We stopped for lunch in a small village, Villeneuve, where we were directed through the old stone archway, to the only place open for lunch. There were quite a few other ...
... restored in the 19th century to its former glory. It was just like the movie sets of knights and damsels right down to the drawbridges and turrets. The city was a key strategic fortress holding the route between Spain and the rest of Europe and was reputed to have never been penetrated. The castle is still regarded as a military post and we were lucky enough to witness a military ceremony just as we were about to leave. A ...
... night picnics. These inspired our imagination of how life must have been for serfs and peasants when they were forced into the city during sieges. One street's name, "Rue Dame Carcas" gives a clue to how the city got its name. When a siege that had exhausted the city's supply of food with only one pig and some grain remaining, the military leaders decided to surrender. The city's highest ranking nobility, Dame Carcas, refused to give up. She ordered the remaining ...