Mercure Toulouse Golf de Seilh
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... next stop was the brand new Aeroscopia Aircraft Museum which only opened last week. This museum is dedicated to all types of aircraft both military and civilian. Toulouse is a natural location to have a museum such as this, considering that Airbus is based here and is the major employer in the city. The museum is impressive to say the least! It has an amazing collection of aircraft including ...
... going to visit.
This afternoon we had to go back into Montauban for Nathan to get a quote for the insurance company to repair the car. We were again assisted by Thierry who arranged for his friend from the garage to fit us in straight away and do the quote on the spot saving us time and money as well as sparing us from trying to explain what we need to a stranger with our improving but still very very limited ...
... local gastronomy, in particular Duck and even more in particular the fattened liver of the Barbary Duck - Foie Gras. This somewhat controversial food is produced under French Law (oh yes, they have some odd laws in France). This law says that it must be produced by gavage - force feeding the goose or duck corn through a feeding tube. There is now a chap in Spain who is producing this without force feeding through the bird's natural wish to ...
This morning Kate and Roy were quite pleased with the decision from the Principal that today would be a short day for schooling! At about 10.30am we headed off to the pink city of Toulouse.
Toulouse is about 90km from Montpezat-de-Quercy and we met up with Christophe and Bastien the local IPA representatives in the town and they took us under their wing to show us the sights of their beautiful city. The city is currently ...
... 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 ...