Residhome Privilege Toulouse Occitania

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

93, Avenue de Lombez, Toulouse, 31300, France
Residhome Privilege Toulouse Occitania
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Costs 37% less and rated 13% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Toulouse airbus factory

by AussieScho

I am planning a trip to France next year and want to ensure I am in Toulouse on a day when I can visit the A380 factory and also see through the Concorde. I have contacted the company that books visits, but they haven't been very helpful because it's for next year. This is what I need to know: if I book far enough in advance, can I choose a specific day (midweek) and book a tour for two people? If not, are there certain days of the week when the tour will definitely be on? I don't want to be in Toulouse on, for example, Tuesday and Wednesday, and then find that tours are only possible on Mondays and Fridays.

Re: Toulouse airbus factory

by Beausoleil

http://www.uk.toulouse-tourisme.com/sights-and-visits-airbus-visit,1212906,16,62

This is a Toulouse tourist info page with all the Airbus information, including hours, cost, days closed. They seem to be open for tours every day except Sunday and bank holidays. You can Google the bank holiday for your dates.

Tel : +33 (0)5 3439 4200 - Fax : +33 (0)5 3439 4205
E mail : reservation@taxiway.fr
Web site : www.taxiway.fr

Have fun. It's a great area.

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Food shopping in Toulouse

by Emmjai

A treat to the senses, there were the most wonderful specialist food shops inToulouse. Cheese, Chocolate, WIne and Foie Gras were highest on my shopping list, but the choice was enormouse, and making a decision difficult! Amazing meals

La Garonne des Jacobins

by Klod5

Ce n'est que vers la fin du XIII° ou au debut du XIV° siecle que l'ensemble connait son aspect actuel.
Les malheurs des Jacobins commencent en 1234, lorsque le pape Gregoire IX, nomme Inquisiteur, Pons de Saint-Gilles, prieur du couvent, et quatre de ses freres. Ils allumeront le premier bucher de l'Inquisition la meme annee. De par leur comportement critiquable - delations, arrestations, interrogatoires, torture, proces, condamnations arbitraires - les conflits entre les Dominicains et le peuple, et aussi entre les Dominicains et les Capitouls amenent la population a expulser les freres precheurs en novembre 1235. Mais a la demande du pape Gregoire IX, ils reviendront deux ans plus tard, et l'inquisition et son lot de souffrances reprendront de plus belle.
It is only toward the end of the XIII° or in the beginning of the XIV° century that the whole knows its present aspect.
The misfortunes of the Dominican friars begin in 1234, when the pope Gregoire IX, name Inquisitor, Pons of Saint-Gilles, prior of the convent, and four of his brothers. They will light the first stake of the Inquisition the same year. Of by their criticizable behavior - denouncements, arrests, cross-examinations, torture, suit, arbitrary condemnations - the conflicts between the Dominicans and the people, and also between the Dominicans and the Capitouls bring the population has expel the preachy brothers in November 1235. But has the demand of the pope Gregoire IX, they will come back two years later, and the inquisition and its share of sufferings will take more beautiful.

Rugby, with the Stade Toulousain

by Klod5

Despite fielding a strong team Toulouse lost the 1980 final to Beziers, but from that day on the club adopted a structure and a method which have become points of reference today. Between 1984 and 1989 Robert Bru’s gameplan, put into practice by the duo of Villepreux-Skrela, constituted a revolution in rugby union. Those years were followed by a wonderful decade during which the team were Champions of France for four years running from 1994-97. A staggering achievement in the modern era. They also won the inaugural European Cup in 1996. From Charvet to Pelous, with Bonneval, Cigagna, Claude Portolan, Castaignède, Califano and Ntamack, the heroes of this wonderful saga have left a giant footprint on the Sept Deniers field. The Sept Deniers is a 10-hectare sports complex, which is composed of a main rugby field, three adjoining ones, and a big area for the rugby school. Two public stands surround the main field, with a capacity for 4000 in the big one and 1400 seats in the small one. There is room for 6600 spectators standing in the terrace, for a complete attendance of 12000.

The first team has a workout room, three medical offices (two for the doctors and one for the physiotherapists) video material, a swimming-pool, a hammam, an equipment hall and a trainers’ office.

For the other teams, there are eight dressing-rooms, two medical offices ( doctors and physiotherapists), two equipment rooms (rugby school and other teams) and three other places, each one for under 15, juniors and referees offices.

Jérôme, l’encyclopédie des transports en commun

by Klod5

Chauffeur de bus et collectionneur, il est incollable sur l’histoire locale Jérôme Bonato, chauffeur de bus, est aussi un passionné ès transports.

L’ouverture de la ligne B ? Cela fait des années que Jérôme Bonato l’attend et l’espère. “Car jusqu’à aujourd’hui, on n’a pas fait mieux en matière de transport en commun”, affirme ce conducteur de bus de 34 ans. Considéré comme la mémoire vivante des transports en commun à Toulouse, Jérôme Bonato accumule depuis des années, chez lui, des photos (dont 10 000 sur les vieux bus), des maquettes et même des vrais bus.
Il connaît tout depuis l’ouverture de la première ligne de bus à Toulouse, en 1863. Et il a suivi, depuis, l’évolution des moyens de transport. “Le métro c’est plus sûr, plus rapide, plus moderne et on est au frais, affirme-t-il. Un atout supplémentaire, car les gens desservis par la ligne B sont beaucoup plus nombreux.”
Chauffeur depuis l’âge de 22 ans, Jérôme Bonato n’envisage pourtant pas une reconversion aux manettes du métro. “C’est un métier complètement différent de celui de chauffeur de bus. On est derrière un écran toute la journée. Moi, je préfère être au volant de mon bus. J’aime le contact avec les gens et circuler dans les rues de Toulouse.”

The Saint-Etienne Cathedral...

by piccolina

The Saint-Etienne Cathedral

This church is disconcerting in appearance. It was built over a number of centuries (11th to 17th) in an architectural combination of Languedoc and French Gothic. It is extremely rich in its details with its stained-glass windows, large rose window, tapestries and 17 chapels.

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Address: 93, Avenue de Lombez, Toulouse, 31300, France