Day tour of Toulouse
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There is so many little churches and towers throughout Toulouse you could spend weeks visiting them all, on the instruction of my dad we were heading to the Paroisse Saint Sernin. Another tradition on a Dennis family trip is for Dad to select a random building, which due to its architectural structure he want to see, then trapes us round every side street (often up millions of steps) to find it :)
Inside it was nice and cool and finding something to occupy ourselves was easy - Emily and Adam to pretend to give confession, you'd never think we were all in our late twenties!
We then wandered around towards the shopping areas. Toulouse is a quaint city with great narrow winding streets to explore. We stumbled upon Jadin Goudouli with it nice little water fountain. There are a number of restaurants and bistros scattered around, we selected Bistro Romin and took to a bit of people watching while dad went off to look at another building.
Heading down Rue Saint-Antoine-du-T we found a number of little boutiques, mum was happy as she found some silver bracelets and we hit the Diesel shop (a lot more expensive than in the UK!) We met back up with dad for lunch at Le Wallace Cafe before heading off to the airport and homeward bound!