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After checking out the Parc de Prehistorie for a while, we went on an English tour of the Grotte de Niaux.
The morning of the 14th day of our trip, we drive back to Toulouse.
On the 5th day of our trip, we head to the nearby city Tarbes to buy supplies we will need for the remainder of our trip (aka Rechaud).
After sightseeing in Auch, we head to our B&B in St-Sever-de-Rustan.
Montégut-Arros is the home of my Sorbet and LaPorte ancestors.
After some fear that the GPS was going to take us over the Millau Viaduct, we make it to Millau.
After our trip to Tarbes, Mark recommended an excursion to cute little Marciac.
On Day 9, we drove to Grotte de Demoiselles but since they didn't open until afternoon, we spent a few hours looking around the village of Laroque.
6 hour layover in Frankfurt = Nino and I get to stretch our legs in another country.
For days 11 through 14, we stayed in the Pyreneese town of Ax-les-Thermes which is famous for its natural hot springs.
After a night's rest in Toulouse, we head to Auch for a day of sightseeing.
On day 6, we travelled to Millau, stopping on our way in Albi, the historic seat of the Diocese of Albi and an UNESCO World Heritage site.
After a night spent in Béziers, we headed early to Carcassonne. Bloggers had assured us that 3 hours was plenty of time to see la Cité . Oh how they were wrong.