Toulouse, France (Toulouse, France)
Toulouse was an hour's drive from our house sit so one day we set off on an expedition. The carpark building we found was tall and cylindrical and had no floors - you just kept driving upwards in a continuous circle until you came across an empty spot to pull into. We spiralled our way all the way to the top, at which point I was feeling dizzy and a little queasy like when you overdo it on those spinny office chairs.
The roof was a good vantage point to see out over the trendy area we had arrived in, which was bustling with students.
The streets had plenty of lively cafes and restaurants so we employed the help of Lonely Planet to select a suitable place for lunch. As the city is known for its grilled meats, we ordered cassoulet and steak and sipped at a lovely red wine.
Today's post was almost called: Everybody Gets A Semi-Circular Arch!