Residence Le Parc Constellation
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... Way to go France! I must say in Canada, I would
rather watch a movie at home sprawled out on my couch where I can control the
volume and not have to pay an arm and a leg to sit in uncomfortable chairs,
being blown away by the ear piercing volume. Oh and this movie was relatively
easy to understand as well, so overall it wasn’t a bad choice. After the movie
we went to a pub, had a drink and since we are all teachers are going to school
to be a teacher, ...
... At first it seemed the universe did not want us on this train...both of our credit cards were denied by the Norwegian train site, our banks started alerting us about fraudulent charges, my Mom immediately started calling me to make sure me and my wallet were still safe and well, too many long hold times with the bank's customer service number, it seemed it would never end! Finally it all worked out; Hannah was able to book our tickets with a backup ...
... spent the afternoon just sitting in the sun in Place Wilson, people-watching just like everyone else. When I got back to the hotel, I got a call from David, my host and teacher for the next week, and he is picking me up earlier tomorrow, so that I can have lunch in Gramont and settle into my home for the next few days. I don't know what the wifi connection will be like In such a small village, so if you don't hear from me, don't worry. I'll update the blog when I arrive in Paris on ...
We left Dublin to catch a late morning flight, 1hr50min to Toulouse. There wasn't much of the day left after checking into the apartment, so we went for a walk to the nearby shops to have a bagette for a late lunch, picked up some groceries and then did a few chores like washing. We explored the main sights in Toulouse the next day, and were really impressed by the Musee Des Augustins. This was a monastery from 14th and 15th centuries and a museum since 1793. It includes 4000 works, ...
... to make, so Richard and I tried to choose differently so that we could taste everything. For appetizers, Richard had snails and I had the tomato salad. Wonderful! Main course was either duck or fish - both great. Dessert was chocolate or ice cream. The whole meal took about 2 hours and, of course, the wine was flowing freely. We were supposed to stop at a Cathar fortress on the way to the inn, but Carol decided we were all too full and too tired for this stop and ...