Mercure Toulouse Golf de Seilh
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- Swimming pool
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... an Ammonite and cool rocks from one stall then we headed home for some lunch. In the afternoon we went for a great bike ride through the countryside and explored some forest on foot (which ended up in a large broccoli field!) When we got back we played and intense game of Scrabble and then relaxed in the spa soaking up the view down the valley. Emily has some home made potato and leek soup on the stove which we will have with some fresh baguette for dinner, just ...
... just wide enough to allow a cart to pass through, which can be closed as necessary, ensuring the security of the people within. We found an antique shop and picked up a couple of French 'treasures' including a sculpture and a Parisian brass trumpet! Trè cool! Emily found a shop selling etchings and bought a lovely piece representing the region we were in. After returning home, we relaxed in the outdoor spa and watched the sun go ...
... Found the supermarket and a pub so all was good. About 2:30pm we left Gaillac and drove out to the house we were staying out. We met Stephane at Castelnau who then directed us out to the property. Well we weren't disappointed. Great views, large well appointed house with underfloor heating, wood fire (with plenty of wood outside), excellent ...
... on the side. After a kind French man showed us the where they were we were good to go. The train is AWESOME! After we got going I turned on my GPS on my phone and got it clocking 220kph! So smooth and quiet. Remarkable experience. So it's off to Toulouse where we are staying a couple of nights before picking up our hire car and heading into the French countryside for another week of ...
... metres thick defensive walls and stunning cathredrals. The structure was different to other medieveal cities in that the river was the first line of defense on 3 sides, with walls being built into the river banks. Pont Valentre was the only way across the river, and was an easily defendable bridge. The only wall on land was of the usual adobe rock construction, which stood the test of time and wars till most of it was knocked down for urban expansion. The surviving Barbican Gate ...