After a long break, here is the rest of my series about Toulouse, and I bring you with me for a ride from St Etienne’s Cathedral and the banks of the Garonne, through the cloister of the Jacobins.
Here are some photos taken in St Etienne’s Cathedral. After seeing the Sagrada Familia and the Basilica of the Vatican, I confess that I am not easily impressionable. However, the St Etienn’s Cathedral still intrigued me by its structure, there are areas with very different atmospheres in the same building. A bright central part and a more isolated part on the bottom part with the dim light.
After the cathedral, we passed the cloister of the Jacobins. As we had visited it a few years ago on our first visit to Toulouse, we’ve just came through but we enjoyed a strange installation made of knitwear and other handmade figurines .
And then a little further, we even found a tree with pompoms and a customized phone booth!
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To finish our day trip, we headed to the Garonne we walked down to a lock where we took some pictures.