Privilege Appart-Hotel Clement Ader

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23 Rue Bayard, Toulouse, 31000, France
Privilege Appart-Hotel Clement Ader
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Fitness in Toulouse

by leosantanajr

Hi Folks!
I was wondering if anyone here knows about any nice Gyms in the city....I'll be spending the whole July there trying to learn some french and would like to keep my usual workouts to avoid loosing my fitness….By the way, what’s the average monthly fee for a nice gym in Toulouse? (one with treadmills, weights, bikes, swimming pool, etc)
Is there any specific place (Streets, Avenues, Parks) where the Toulousians go jogging and exercising outdoors?
Thanks a lot for your help!

RE: Fitness in Toulouse

by Emmi11

Hi Leo,
There are lots of places to jog, the most poular being either along the Garonne River or the Canal du Midi, you could also go to La Ramee which is a beatiful recreation area where you could have a good run.

I will be going back to Toulouse in June so I will update you when I get back with good tips on where to go / what to do etc.


Travel Tips for Toulouse

Hôtel de Boysson

by Klod5

Hôtel dont la façade, édifiée par Bertrand d'Autenac date du XVII° siècle.
Il est situé au N° 11 de la rue Malcousinat, dont les façades ont été reculées, coté pair, au XVIII° siècle. Celles des deux dernières maisons ne l'ayant pas été, nous donnent une idée de l'étroitesse de la rue au Moyen-Âge.
L'hôtel porte le nom de Huc de Boysson (XV), Capitoul en 1468, puis de Jean de Cheverry (1535).
Les façades de la cour présentent des portes et des fenêtres Renaissance. La fenêtre du premier étage, ornée de trois cariatides engainées, est surmontée par une petite fenêtre au larmier sur modillons présentant des chiens. Hotel of which the facade, built by Bertrand of Autenac, dates the XVIIth century.
It is situated in the N° 11 of the Rue Malcousinat, whose facades were remote, quoted equal, in the XVIIIth century. Those of the last two houses not having it been, give us an idea of the narrowness of the street at the Middle Ages.
The hotel carries the name of Huc of Boysson (XV), Capitoul in 1468, then of Jean of Cheverry (1535).
The facades of the court present the doors and windows Renaissance. The window of the first floor, decorated of sheathed three caryatids, is surmounted by a small window to the dripstone on modillons presenting some dogs.

Théâtre Garonne - saison 2007-08

by Klod5

Au Théâtre Garonne, la saison 2007-2008 s'annonce copieuse et alléchante :
De mal en peor Ricardo Bartis /...
Derniers remords avant l'oubli Collectif Les Possédés
Young people, Old voices Raimund Hoghe
Seagull-Play (La mouette) Enrique Diaz - Cia dos...
Nouvelle Byzance Théâtre Tattoo
Fées David Bobée / rictus
Manège Alain Béhar
La Busta Cia Scimone / Sframeli
Bar Cia Scimone / Sframeli
Nunzio Cia Scimone / Sframeli
La Festa Cia Scimone / Sframeli
Il Cortile Cia Scimone / Sframeli
Augustes Petit Théâtre Baraque
Titus Dood Paard
Basso Ostinato Catherina Sagna
Probablement les Bahamas Louis-Do de Lencquesaing
Face au mur Hubert Colas / Diphtong...
Cap au pire Sami Frey
"Sauve qui peut" pas mal comme titre tg STAN
(Not) a love song Alain Buffard
Opérette sans sous, si Marco Berrettini / *Melk...
*Melk Prod. goes to New Orleans Marco Berrettini / *Melk...
Forces Brunot Meyssat /...
Le jour des meurtres dans l'histoire d'Hamlet Thierry de Perretti
Rien que cette ampoule dans l'obscurité du théâtre Georges Appaix / La...
Nusch tg STAN / Rosas
Big 3rd Episode (Happy End) SUPERAMAS
Entracte Josef Nadj

Théâtre Garonne - 1, avenue du Château d'eau 31300 Toulouse France - billetterie : 05 62 48 54 77 - standard : 05 62 48 56 56

More Metro

by Klod5

La ligne A du métro à été rallongée de 4 stations supplémentaires qui prolongent cette ligne au delà du périphérique nord.
Des parkings, vastes, sont aménagés aux abords de plusieurs de ces stations, pour limiter le nombre croissant de véhicules dans la ville.

The line A of the subway to been lengthened of 4 supplementary stations that prolong this line beyond the north peripheral.
The parking lots, vast, are arranged on the outskirts of several these stations, to limit the increasing number of vehicles in the city.

Cordes Sur Ciele

by Svillegas

If you are spending some time in this city and you feel like visiting some towns around there's a fantastic option quite near. It's called Cordes Sur Ciele. It's a small village, it's houses are made of stone.

There's only one thing I didnt' like, it's too touristic. But if you are lucky and you don't find too many people you can enjoy it. There's one day that everything is closed (like a resting day) , I seem to remember it was on tuesday (get sure of it), you wont find too many people on this days, but many of the shops and restaurants are closed as well.

Cathédrale Saint-Étienne

by mikey_e

The Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Toulouse is a magnificent structure that looms large over what would otherwise be a comfortable bourgeois retail section of the city. In between stores and galleries, the massive cathedral rises up, bounded by a well-kept park on one side, and an airy square that often features booksellers on another side (Place de Saint-Étienne). It was built around 1070 and is the official cathedral for the city of Toulouse. The sheer size of the building should give any visitor an indication of the important of the building in the city’s religious and cultural life. The building had various renovations and additions, the last of which was at the beginning of the 17th century – something that should be obvious to any visitor, as the various styles can be seen as you wander through the church. The western side of the church (the one that gives onto Place Saint-Étienne) is particularly odd, as it has a roof that slopes to the right only, a fairly start contrast from the rest of the church as it extends east. Inside, you cannot help but be awe-struck by the sheer size of the church and its massive vaulting ceilings, the enormous stained glass windows and the chapels that are larger than some churches. It is said that on major events, the church might welcome 2000 people – and that’s not even capacity!


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