Mercure Toulouse Saint Georges
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... Malanda. Unlike the bigger cities it's very well looked after. Lourdes is the 2nd largest city in France for tourists - Paris is No.1 We joined in the torchlight procession at 9pm with about 1000 other people. 6 million people come here annually. Around 30,000 a day visit the Grotto between April and October. Only 15,000 people actually live here. These are huge numbers for such a tiny ...
... of a supreme shopper but it is our second day here and I haven't bought anything yet. several women have already so I have been put to shame in my shopping abilities. Maybe it is just I am so traveled that I have so much stuff already? OK, I'm using that as my excuse.
We head off around the corner and into the streets which are lined with wonderful shops and bakeries and restaurants and wine shops and nooks and crannies that ...
... to figure out this practice that makes it a bit more fair for me - the non drinker.
We were supposed to be doing a river cruise but when our guide stopped for the tickets, we were told the river was in spate which means close to flooding, running to high, current too strong. So no river cruise. poo. that would have taken up a nice space of time and I would have been off my knee.
We head to the Capitole, in the ...
... into the night. Steve gave us a few lessons on tasting wine and sampling cheese. His extended family have their own vineyards in the Rhone River Valley so he had lots of wonderful insights to share with us.
Stephanie prepared a wonderful meal for us on our first night there and we happily enjoyed our first bowl of homemade Ratatouille! ...
... of flowers. This has an Appellation d'origins contrôlée which was established only in 1990 after about 10 years of waiting for this - a speed record no doubt in France. The rules state that this is a blend of one third armagnac and two-thirds fresh grape juice from the same vineyard.
So, we journeyed through the rolling countryside munching on our fresh croissants blissfuly unaware of what we were about to let ourselves into!