Mercure Toulouse Saint Georges
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... at the most, the museum has an electronic counter which shows that it will hold 500 at a time and during peak periods such as summer and school holidays it will be packed.
Kate, Roy and Nathan couldn't help themselves from buying a few souvenirs from the shop. The cost to enter 15.50euro/adult and 13euro/child but was worth it and we would recommend this as a good place to visit when in ...
... we decided to visit it.
The museum is not well signed from the road but after making a few inquires with some locals we found it in a block of government buildings. The museum was free to enter, however before we were allowed to enter we had to give Kate and Roy's ages (12 and 10) as there is some very graphic content, mainly depicting the holocaust, and children under 10 were not allowed and those older had to ...
... and Fulham although there are distinctly less men called Tarquin with their Rugger shirt collars turned up and bizarrely less large four wheel drive cars. The area looks quite like England with deciduous trees and rolling farmland but is much more open as there are less walls and hedges and the villages are mainly Bastides - fortified medieval towns build mostly in the thirteenth and fourteenth century.
There is a huge pride ...
After saying farewell to Christophe and Bastien we took our time making our way back to the car with Kate and Roy finding a playground they had to explore and this provided Nathan and Traci some time to sit in the quiet park and soak in the atmosphere of the city on a clear and not too cold evening.
We plan on returning Toulouse during our stay as there are a couple of museums we want to visit before we leave.
... city is very walk-able.The downtown is filled with large brick cathedrals and spacious squares, (where there were several awkward martial arts demonstrations during our stay). These squares also host large markets on weekends. We completed all of the suggested walking tours and we both managed to step in dog excrement (which is not surprising considering the French don't pick it up).
There are many noteworthy ...