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Weather mild, sprinkle of rain, sunny arvo. Travellers driving like native Europeans. Once again, the GPS was both friend and foe, taking us in the general direction we needed, but insisting on leading us down tiny narrow laneways for long distances. This meant that we enjoyed lots of agricultural scenery, with tractors harvesting grapes into enormous trucks, cutting sunflowers to the ground and ploughing up the ...
A useful tip: Don't ever try cycling after a meal of wild boar and beans. Being bloated whilst hunched over the handlebars is no fun. I leave you to imagine the jokes (and noises) in the peloton this morning.
Simone looks like a cartoon bumble bee on a bike. He is short, stubby with a big round tummy and he's wearing black and orange. He does, however, prepare the best picnic lunches. The way to wind him ...
The main attraction in Toulouse is the Capitolium or Town Hall. It is located in a large square with restaurants and shops all around it. We went for a walk down to the river Garonne and then went back to the square and ordered a beer at one of the restaurants. We didn't realise that a medium beer was half a litre. We resolved to order petite beers in the ...
... mass.The Cathedral had many little chapels. The wealthy and the nobility of Foix would purchase and decorate these chapels and hire a priest to say mass in them, so that when they died they would have prayers that would send them to heaven quickly. Women had to cover their heads because the devil could enter their heads more easily than men. This discussion made me very grateful for the reforms brought about by Vatican II, namely to having mass said in local languages and ...
... park there, and there was plenty of space.
There is plenty of space, though some of it isn’t accessible to you if you’re 2.5 meters tall (as a vehicle, that is). Which we are. Still, we found a shaded spot, and made our way to the tram. A little frustration with the ticket kiosk (which doesn’t take bills, nor credit cards without a chip) didn’t do much to delay us. After figuring out that we needed to get off a stop early (due to the ...