Mercure Toulouse Golf de Seilh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... as well as a taxi driver strike. A French woman also waiting for the train made a phone call and assured us that our train would still be coming. She was right! We're back in Toulouse by 10:30 where we say goodbye to the Dennets. They will stay here overnight, head back to Paris in the morning and catch the Eurostar to England for the next part of their holiday. Rob and I will see them in Paris in a few weeks. We and the Mcrae's ...
... Rob's tickets are cheaper than mine as he's riding on 'senior age' tickets. It's a bit funny. Saved us 5.60 euro! That's one whole coffee and change! Not to be sneezed at. We checked in at 4pm to a beautiful little B&B called Maison Arlene. Only four rooms and we've booked three of them. We walk back to the station to meet Gary and Sue off the train and while we're doing that, Doi, James and Jo message that they've arrived at the hotel. So ...
... of the museums in town - Musee des Augustins. It's a gothic monastery built in the 14th and 15th centuries. Amongst the sculptures and paintings, there is a fabulous collection of artefacts from other local churches that have been saved from destruction and are now kept on the one place. We finished the day with a couple of caipiroskas in the town square. There was a market in in the square this evening and lots of people in town. There's a path ...
After brekky we head out for the obligatory city bus tour. Unlike most other places we've been, this bus has an optional roof cover so it doesn't matter if it's raining. Just as well because it's raining. Anyway, 80 mins of touring around the city checking out the important landmarks is a great way to spend time and familiarise ourselves with the city. There are three canals here and a river so I've booked us a canal tour for ...
... are tone and colour. Later in the afternoon Allan took us to Durfort, a wonderful little town set near the Black Mountains. Allan showed us where people come to fill up their water containers with the water that comes straight from the mountain. It is believed that drinking this water prevents you from becoming sick (so we each took a drink!). We walked around to have a look at the town, went for a coffee and then found a spot to do some pen and wash ...