Adagio Toulouse Parthenon
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Yes folks, the canal boat tour has ended. We're up early to hand the boat back by 8am with a taxi booked to take us to the train in Ville-Franche at 9am. We really just have to pack out stuff and make sure we've left nothing behind as we've paid for a cleaning service so we don't have to clean the boat. It's another lovely day. There was a moments confusion at the train station when we found out that there had been a train drivers strike the ...
Last day on the canal boat. We decide to stay in the port for a while and leave either just before or just after lunch. We have a bit of a sleep in and then get up and explore the area. It is a little strange. There is a very large truck stop nearby with a 24 hour service station, a hotel and the restaurant, cafe, shop building. The cafe is open early so we go there for coffee and morning tea, and ...
After brekky, we're keen to get away as close to possible to 9am and before The Caroline, a longboat for hire with crew, gets going for the morning. These long boats are great but if they are ahead, they take up the entire lock and there is a fair bit of waiting to be done before we can get through the locks. As its only 6kms to Castelnaudary, our destination for lunch I've decided to walk. The journey included 5 sets of locks and ...
Today we headed to Lezignan-Corbiere to meet up with our wine club friends. We overnight here before taxiing to Argens Minervois to take charge of a penichette for 7. What a hoot! We catch the train from Toulouse and spend about 90 mins watching beautiful scenery before our stop. We arrive at 2:15pm and we're currently in the restaurant near our hotel waiting for the owners to arrive so we can check in. The restaurant owner is very friendly, ...
... to their flight south but the French don't talk about him.
Oddly there is a Jewish connection to this story with the Jewish food laws forbidding the mixing of dairy and meat. This was easily overcome in the Mediterranean by using olive oil but as you went north, this was harder to produce so Schmaltz was used - Poultry fat which was made by force feeding geese. Soon they also found that eating the liver of these geese was also ...