Today woke up in Toulouse with some incredible news, my sister Helen had finally completed her mammoth 3007km trek across New Zealand with her boyfriend Alex! Their Te Aroa Charity walk was complete after 4 months of adventuring. Smiling from ear to ear I couldn't explain in words how proud I was of her... So I decided to show her instead.
Map: To see the 6.8km route click here - no live gps route due to little bit of a battery fight ;-)
Bike rental: Pierre Qui Roule www.pierrequiroule.fr
Highlights: great views along the La Garonne river, including Dôme de la Grave, Ecole des Beaux Arts. Cycling along Canal du Midi, Jardin Compans Caffarelli, the tasty food market on Boulevard D'Arcole
Hostel: La Petite Auberge de Saint Sernin
Grateful to: All the kind people I met along my route, who showed me the best bicycle paths, great tips & good tea!
Flavien at Pierre Qui Roule bike shop
Marieke & François in the L'Impro
Bernardo de Jeurissen at L'appart cafe
Manual at Le bonheur est dans le for my cup of Yogi tea, the quote said "Il n'y a rien de plus precieux que la confiance en soi" which means There is nothing more precious than self confidence, so true love it!
Tips: You can also use the city's hire bike system called Vélô Toulouse
Food: Amazing traditional food at La P'tite Gouaille
Music: St Germain - Flute (Mozambo Remix)
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