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Category Archives: Toulouse
Carla-Bayle is one of those places that is way better than it should be. A tiny hilltop town, with a weird name. I didn’t even want to go. But neighbors had said it was fantastic, and I lost my say … Continue reading
I want to finish telling you all about my trip to Toulouse before I forget it all. One day, we drove to Carcassonne. It was a pretty far drive, but driving there is a bit like the main event. The … Continue reading
I loved the little town of Mirepoix, even though I guess, strictly speaking, it doesn’t have the grandiosity of Monte Carlo, or Cannes, or St. Tropez. The breathtaking, terrible beauty of the Provençal perched villages of Les Baux, or Eze. … Continue reading
I’m a total sucker for fast food, as I’ve said SO many times. I guess you would think that a French food writer might be something of a snob. I’m a bons, the opposite of a snob. Snob backwards, inside … Continue reading
We rented a house in Saverdun, a tiny little town less than an hour from Toulouse. In the distance were the Pyrenees, and all around were these rolling hills like you see in picture books and fairy tales. There were … Continue reading