Hotel Residence Les Pins Galants Toulouse Tournefeuille
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... reasonable here, we took one down to an information centre, which turned out to be in the Gothic Quarter (Gotic Barre). Bought 4 tickets for the touristic on/off bus for tomorrow. They are only for a day, no matter when you activate them, not 24hrs. We sat in the info cafe and sorted ourselves for the rest of the day, they advised us to go to the Poblo Village that night (NOTE TO WIKI) for the Flaminco dancers ...
... s a lot of life in the streets and al-fresco dining and café culture thrives for much of the year. The cuisine is well worth exploring and includes local Toulouse Sausages as well as Cassoulet, a sustaining stew made with meat, vegetables and beans which is filling as well as tasty. The southern warmth of the city extends to the locals, who are friendly and more welcoming to non-French speakers than in many parts of the country.
When you first ...
... at 6:30, take a taxi to our hotel, carry our bags up 2 flights of stairs to the reception desk and then relax in our rooms for a bit. We have a great view of the harbour, which is must across the road. We head downstairs for a refreshing ale and then wander the foreshore until we find a restaurant we like the look of. Seafood for dinner, a promenade around the harbour and then back to the hotel for the night. Full on explore in the ...
... collection of wiry hairs. The work continues.
Our time in Madiran was relaxed. We did trips to the local towns - although these were always closed because we would go between 11am and 3pm - walked parts of a pilgrim trail and relaxed at the house with bottles of wine in the sunshine. Bryan and Kate arrived back a few days later and we packed up our car in accordance with the PPP system and headed to Carcassonne where the adventure continues....
... in Monty - size of wheels, make of cab, construction and LEDs. One chap who was interested thought Monty was new! And then we wanted to find a boulangerie. With so many one way streets, it seemed impossible to get to where we wanted to be. But that did mean we did some sightseeing around the town. We were parked not far from a canal and the main railway line. TV reception was ...