Residhome Privilege Toulouse Occitania
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We made a good effort to get up a bit earlier than usual this morning as the nearby town of Gaillac has a market in each Friday. Early for us mind you was 8:30am... The market was good for a small town. Consisting of fruit, veg, meats (fresh and cured), cakes/breads as well as a variety of ornaments, clothing and even mattresses and doonas! We bought a beautiful salad bowl and cheese board made from 200yr old olive wood. The grain and colour is incredible. The kids ...
... the oldest places around (built in 727ad). We were lucky enough to be the only ones who got to look around this place as it's normally closed during this time. The 360deg views were amazing as well as the ability to built such a structure on the side of a cliff. Afterwards we headed to the Bastide town of Cordes sur Ciel for more medieval sights, and lunch! A bastide is normally situated on top of a steep hill, with stone walls ...
... on the side. After a kind French man showed us the where they were we were good to go. The train is AWESOME! After we got going I turned on my GPS on my phone and got it clocking 220kph! So smooth and quiet. Remarkable experience. So it's off to Toulouse where we are staying a couple of nights before picking up our hire car and heading into the French countryside for another week of ...
... at the most, the museum has an electronic counter which shows that it will hold 500 at a time and during peak periods such as summer and school holidays it will be packed.
Kate, Roy and Nathan couldn't help themselves from buying a few souvenirs from the shop. The cost to enter 15.50euro/adult and 13euro/child but was worth it and we would recommend this as a good place to visit when in ...
... our children! After La Rochelle we made our way further down the coast to a small seaside town Saint Jean de Luc. It was so great having the bicycles and being able to venture around the streets. Smelling the french air and really feeling the places we stopped at. It was always great fun going to get groceries, balancing the bags on the way home! We then started making our way inland towards Toulouse as we booked air tickets to fly from there over to Nice on the southern coast. As ...