Puppet on a string ….

I do love a little eccentricity when I travel and this young fellow just made me laugh.  This  travelling “Toulouse-Lautrec” – seen at the historic, half timbered Hotel Renaissance, in Castres in the Tarn part of Midi-Pyrénées, is a priceless gem and so appropriate, given this area was the painter’s stamping ground.

In fact the entire hotel is a collector’s dream with costumes, period suitcases, and different styled rooms throughout including their Shanghai-inspired suite.  Free wifi, multi-lingual staff and a very warm welcome, right in the heart of town – what more do you want?


Contributor:  Sue Lowry

The Tarn is part of the CRT Midi-Pyrénées which is a client of Magellan PR. Follow them on Twitter – @tourismemidipy and Facebook: Tourisme-en-Midi-Pyrénées.  The Tarn is also on Twitter – @TourismeTarn and on Facebook: tarntourisme.sudouest

Magellan PR is on twitter:  @MagellanPR, on Facebook/MagellanPR, Flickr, Google + and Pinterest.  For more information on our company, visit www.magellan-pr.com.  Follow our other blog focussing on travel in the South of England – A3 Traveller.

About magellanstraits

Magellan Straits showcases the observations & musings from Magellan PR, a boutique travel & lifestyle agency founded in 1998. We post items that are of interest from the clients we promote and from the travels and experiences that we independently undertake.
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