Hotel des Etats-Unis

230 Avenue Etats Unis, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31200, France
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Vin rouge and rugby!

by merlinsboy

Hi All. I wanna take a trip to Toulouse to have a break and maybe see a game of rugby at the same time. What in and about of Toulouse can persuade my rugby hating wife to give it a go? Thinking of late September early October. Anyone have any ideas?

RE: Vin rouge and rugby!

by Emmi11

Hiya,
Your wife would love it! Loads to do - the city centre is great - lots of shopping opportunities with the bigger stores and lots of little unique shops - loads of cafes and bars. It's a great place for people watching and just wandering around. A few good museums if she fancies it, bit it reall is a nice place to just wander and take in the atmosphere. Weather shoudl be pretty good at that time too - not too cold and quite sunny.

RE: Vin rouge and rugby!

by mickli

Hi,

Lots of restaurants, good food.

If she cares.

Michael

RE: RE: Vin rouge and rugby!

by Spincat

Your wife would find it a fantastic destination, esp as she will be able to wander round herself and meet some charming frenchmen while you are enjoying the rugby. I loved the 4 day break we had in Toulouse and she can check out some of the tips on the city on Vt so she can see for herself.

Travel Tips for Toulouse

Party in Noe

by s_odyssey

One of my first experiences as a Southern French Misses. Noe is 10 km out of Toulouse, and a fine host invited us for a stay at her home in the country. An artistic crowd ranging from theatre to music, some driving in all the way from Marseilles, helped make this weekend exceptional. A proper lesson in the art of drinking pastis, a midnight swim, BBQ's, picking plums for breakfast and thats just naming a few of the highlights. Thank you Marie-France!

Festival Piano to the Jacobins

by Klod5


XXVE FESTIVAL PIANO AUX JACOBINS
… 25 ans de passion et de fidélité …
Piano aux Jacobins, fête ses vingt-cinq ans, un quart de siècle de passion partagée entre un public et des pianistes dont la fidélité au Festival a permis, année après année, de bâtir son identité.

Piano aux Jacobins est une permanente fête du piano et de la musique où tous les rendez-vous constituent des moments d'exception. Dans le cadre architectural et acoustique unique du Cloître des Jacobins, chaque artiste, dispose des conditions optimales pour exprimer son art.

Pour son 25ème anniversaire, le Festival a d'abord tenu à inviter des pianistes qui ont déjà participé, une ou plusieurs fois à la manifestation. Certains étaient déjà des célébrités lors de leur premier passage au Cloître, d'autres des découvertes qui n'ont depuis cessé de justifier les espoirs que l'on plaçait en eux.


Piano to the Jacobins is the first Festival French entirely dedicated to the piano. The Cloister of the Dominican friars is bound intimately to its history. It remained faithful to its vocation to present young artists in the internationally recognized pianist sides.
To music the plastic arts associate: every season, a plasticien conceives the picture of the Festival and enriches this musical course therefore. To the names of Claude Viallat, Georges Rousse, Shirley Jaffe, Vincent Bioules, Guy of Rougemont and Jose Manual Broto comes to be added this year the one of Fabrice Hybertqui invests with passion in this adventure.

No!!! this isn´t a sky...

by almogaver

No!!! this isn´t a sky scraper, and we aren´t in
N.Y.....Yes, this seems an Arianne, and we are in
the Space City, near Toulouse.
Many temporary exhibits, Planetarium, audiovisuals shows, interactive animations will help you to spend
a very nice day.

Chateau de Floure.

by ChrsStrl about Chateau de Floure.

Quiet, ivy and wisteria covered chateau at Floures, about 11km from carcassonne. It has a lovely terrace for a summer's evening on which to sit and sip aperitifs and consider a menu over which one should take time. Civilised and good. And it is open on Sunday evenings - not always easy to find in June! We all dined from the five course 45 Euro option (which does not cover the small, delightful, melon soup). Duck, sliced small, on lentils is followed by sea bass and then either lamb or cod finely wrapped in local ham. A marvellous French cheese board follows with a good mixture of either strong or milder cheeses. One is, unexpectedly, asked to say what one's choice of dessert is at the start. Freshness of preparation is key. We have a truly delicious chocolate concoction. With a good VDP Carcassonne at 21Euros.

The 12C N. Transept Mural paintings (6)

by hquittner

In the first bay, at the entrance to the North Transept, are Romanesque mural paintings from just after 1100. On the west wall is a series of the Resurrection. At the bottom , the Holy Women find the open grave and an explaining Angel. Above this are two prophets. Stllhigher is a Christ in Glory witha Virgin and John the Baptist at each side. On the vault are the Lamb surrounded by Angels. These and other nearby dry fresco paintings were done just after those in St.-Savin (See Our Tips) in the Poitou. The great sculptor Gislebertus is believed to have done his apprenticeship here at this time and attempts have been made to associate his hand with the paints and the capitals in the nave. We are not qualified to pass judgement on this. At the base of one of the piers, two carved feet stick out. What does this signify?

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