Travel Blogs from Albi
A great meal, the delight of the Toulouse-Lautrec museum and the absolute awe of the Cathedral Sainte Cecile.
The largest brick cathedral in the world awesome in scale; the building was commeced in the 13th century.
04/10 – Toulouse - Albi
Dia de fazer as malas e seguir para outra cidade. Hoje nos sentimos literalmente como ciganas... Mudamos de cidade com muita naturalidade.
Mônica, a mesma aluna de ontem, foi me encontrar em Toulouse para irmos juntas à Albi.
... many times he paddled on the left we still turned in that direction. I couldn't understand it-neither could anyone else. We eventually made our way in a great zig zag up the river. There were a few drops with a bit of white water. They were pretty gentle but Olivia took exception when their kayak slipped sideways. She panicked and screamed and rocked the kayak until it capsized. She screamed so much several other kayakers came to their rescue. Jake was ...
... administrative. Et puis bien sûr voir tous les potes et passer du temps en famille. Et enfin me rendre compte que ma ville natale c'est pas NY mais c'est quand même chouette. La cathédrale, elle m'en bouche toujours un coin, dressée au centre de la ville et visible de partout!
Ah que c'est bien d'être à la maison :) mais quel dommage qu'il n'y ai pas de boulot pour moi ici.
... traffic back the way it had come!
The publicity caravan was interesting as ever and we found ourselves collecting the usual hats, key rings, Madeleine cakes and washing liquid. I even got a bottle of water. We gave the pocket ashtray to a friend who smokes!
Back to playing the waiting game. Three bikes passed, then a while later the peloton whizzed by. We thought the end had come but no ...