Mercure Toulouse Golf de Seilh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... where the Sketch and Cycle tour along the Canal du Midi that we would be doing would be starting tomorrow. It was about 4 km. We rode back to the hotel, ate the rest of our baguette with hummus and then set out from the hotel to sightsee. We were lucky - the first Sunday of the month, there is free entry to museums, galleries, etc, so we spent the day exploring the downtown and going to the ...
... opened up with an impressive display is lightening rain and hail. Do glad not to be walking this evening. Our hosts Marie-Clare and Jean-Claude have made us extremely welcome and this hotel is a hybrid between a home stay and a hotel but it is super clean, comfortable and in a very beautiful rural area about 2kms out of town. Had pizza in and early to bed in anticipation of a big day organising ...
... of the magnificent historical sites in the city, freely available to the public and full of amazing art works. The photos which are poor quality taken from my IPhone can speak for themselves. This being our last night together we all met for dinner in a Restuarant that sold Cassolet, a regional dish, a type of hearty stew made with beans, duck and sausage. The rest of the menu was rather limited and I don't think anyone else was too impressed with the Cassolet, but I enjoyed ...
... and wanting to speak English. Old city, nice architecture but Very hot so we found a cold beer and that lead to 2 cold beer each :-). Bought a baguette, fromage et charcuterie, and wine (2 euros a bottle :-). Great start to our Camino ...
... rained a bit which gave us some interesting and unexpected effects on our sketches. That was the last session of our workshop and we were amazed that the time had gone so fast. Lesley prepared another great dinner for us and we enjoyed our last evening together, having some good laughs about the humorous times during the week - the funniest being the time when Liz exclaimed "oops!" while Allan was demonstrating and making a particular brush stroke on his ...