Residhome Privilege Toulouse Occitania
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... we decided to visit it.
The museum is not well signed from the road but after making a few inquires with some locals we found it in a block of government buildings. The museum was free to enter, however before we were allowed to enter we had to give Kate and Roy's ages (12 and 10) as there is some very graphic content, mainly depicting the holocaust, and children under 10 were not allowed and those older had to ...
And another adventure begins. A seamless early morning journey to the airport courtesy of West End Lane cars and the Heathrow Express (door to air side in 1 hour 15 mins!) where a welcome breakfast panino and an unfeasibly large container of Cappuccino helped my reach the stage of conversation. Here were Marie, our host, culinary expert, blogger and friend along with two regular companions from the wilds of Wimbledon and Budapest ...
... largest in France, however it is expected to become the third largest at the time of the next Census. When you first lay eyes on the buildings in the centre of the city it is immediately clear why this city is known as the pink city, the colours of the pink brick stands out and makes a nice change to the normal concrete and glass cities we have back home.
We met Christophe and Bastien in the town square known as the Place ...
... Being out in a small village English wasn't commonly spoken so we had a lot of fun trying to translate the menu. Fish for entree and fish for main! Was so good! The fish in the main came as a whole fillet, still with bones. Those who know Shane know how much he likes bones!! He did very well eating it. It did taste amazing. We cant believe that this is common for most French everyday. It is literaly a 2hr lunch break with these massive 3 course meals. Everything, except ...