Monthly Archives: July 2015

Toulouse to Montauban to Moissac; the Garonne and Montech canals and the River Tarn

We stayed for three nights in the port St Sauveur in Toulouse and were able to walk easily into the town centre each day and have a good look round. The more we saw of it the more we liked … Continue reading

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Canal du Midi – Carcassonne to Toulouse

After a couple of days of sightseeing in Carcassonne we took the train, the station is conveniently right beside the Port, to Toulouse and flew back to Heathrow to attend a wedding and catch up with family. The Capitaine at … Continue reading

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Widebeam (no dog) to Carcassonne

I just re-read ‘Narrow Dog to Carcassonne’, Terry Darlington’s account of his trip in a narrowboat with his wife Monica and dog Jim, from Stone in Staffordshire across the Channel and down through France. We followed most of the same … Continue reading

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