Toulouse Best Forgotten Or Just Lost
Good evening readers world wide just think yourselves lucky you don't live in Limoges or Toulouse unless you are really a trolley or tram enthusiast I suppose we could add truck fan but only if you like them stationary. so we left Limoges and had a very pleasant drive due south to Toulouse coming off the motorway so we could head towards the industrial area and look out for lorries which was a plan which nearly worked, thousands of them in fact but with road works mainly stationary until it became lunch time and they all vanished like rabbits into burrows. I tried my best and got forty five minutes but hoping we'll see some more tomorrow morning heading south east out of town towards Montpellier. we found the outer end of the teams at the north , they avoid the residential areas serving only the outer industrial areas and developments although they soon get back to habitation as you head south through the suburbs.Mandy did her best to keep dropping me off to film at bendy bits of the router, it was probably the hottest it will get this trip at twenty seven degrees. the teams were OK all the drivers waving so no problems there. eventually the tram route left the road altogether and we headed to the city centre or part of it. we stopped for ice creams and lemonade which was really a very expensive toilet stop. e then spent the evening driving through the rush hour traffic in the old parts looking for the hotel. eventually we parked up and I hobbled to find it too much walking today. having located it the receptionist suggested a route which would get the car there and into the nearby car park, hotels here are very expensive, pleasant but no better than premier inn for a hundred wuid without breakfast added. I.ll look for buses in the morning most seem outside the hotel and tramternimus is about ten mins walk away max at least I've got the lay of the land now.
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