Travel Blogs from Moissac
... 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 ...
... tomorrow! Karine and Traci spent a couple of nice hours together while Nathan took the chance to escape from the house and wander the streets of Montpezat and try out the coffee in the local cafe and have a chat (one-sided) with some of the old men of the town.
Kate and Roy spent quite a bit of time doing up an excellent powerpoint on Australia covering all the topics Karine requested. Hopefully we will be able to upload a copy to the ...
This morning we caught up on the schooling missed yesterday because of our adventures in the snow.
The children are getting into the swing of our version of home schooling, and even if there are some minor differences of opinion it seems to be working. Kate and Roy are both concentrating on their english and maths supplemented with french lessons and history which mainly relates to research on the places we have visited ...
... to enjoy back home.
We then went for a drive through the surrounding countryside to admire the landscape and explore some of the backroads of the area. It was during this drive that Traci built up the courage to do her first drive in Europe, not only did this require her to drive on the other side of the road for the first time but also drive a manual car which she has not had to do in over 10 years. Well, as you ...
... biggest hurdle was picking up the cooked legs which naturally enough looked like skinned frogs and eat the meat from the bone. This obstacle was overcome with Nathan peeling the meat from the bones for the girls to eat without having to look at the legs themselves and we all experienced the taste of frog. Nathan may have pushed it a bit too far with the girls by pretending the legs were alive and jumping over the plate, or having a pair of frog ...
Other places to stay in Moissac
3 Place des Recollets, Moissac | Hotelfrom $94
Esplanade du Moulin, Moissac | 3 star hotelfrom $110
2, Allee Montebello, Moissac | Hotelfrom $80
2 Avenue Pierre Chabrie, Moissac | Hotelfrom $75
1167 chemin de Pignols, Moissac | 2 star hotelfrom $73