Mercure Toulouse Golf de Seilh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... train, or tram. 10 rides, to be completed in 1.15hrs. Did very well, got our change .05c in the tray BUT NO TICKET. Poked all the buttons we could see, no go, then we asked a passing lady, and she reached into the flap where the change had come out and WOW, there was a ticket - dumb ones! The idea was to do a trial run to the sagrada so we knew how much time to budget for tomorrow. Worked well, 10mins. Taxis ...
... indeed European cities generally. In other words, it's a well rounded and interesting place that manages to feel relevant as well as historic. The accessibility of the city via its airport makes it an appealing place for a short break, so we've prepared this guide for those looking to spend a couple of days in the city.
Located in the south of France, near the Spanish border, Toulouse benefits from a good climate all year round. This means ...
... our carriage is at the far end of the platform (of course) and, as we think the train is about to depart, we hustle through the crowd on the platform as quickly as large wheeled suitcases will allow. We're on board, having confirmed that we are in fact on the correct train, settle into our seats and relax. We're on this train for about an hour and then have a 15 min stopover at the next station and that train will take us to La Rochelle. ...
... evening turns out to be great fun and the cheese is eaten quickly. I mention the evening mostly as the introduction for my beard. I had not shaved since leaving New Zealand and I was starting to be rather proud of my designer stubble/bourgeoning beard. This satisfaction was quickly dashed when Peter asked "do you always walk about with that bum fluff on your face". My pride in my facial hear was immediately dashed and replaced the grim realization that it was simply ...
... occasions) threading the eye of the needle crossing beneath without a hitch. This time, I turned the wheel left (or to port for you mariners) and our old coal barge decided to continue in a line that pretty much represented straight ahead "me hearty's" So throwing the throttle into afterburner reverse with hard down left bow thruster we collided with an almighty bang with a bridge which i am sure would ...