Musee des Augustins opened.
Ex-Convento de la Natividad in Tepoztlan, Mexico, although that's not quite the same sort of museum and hasn't been as well preserved. This Musee, though, has a great collection of statues from the Middle Ages as well as regional painting from the 19th Century (and earlier), including several pieces by local favorite son Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (from nearby Albi).
There's also a nice courtyard veggie and herb garden, I suppose because the monks needed to feed themselves? (These pictured gargoyles are keeping watch over the garden.)
Also in the morning, I visited the Musee St. Raymond near the Basilica. It's interesting in that it shows the history of Toulouse from very early times (Toulouse was the capital of the Visigoths!) but I didn't want to take the time to decipher too much of the French, and there wasn't much English.
And at that point I'd seen everything in Toulouse I wanted to see--and then some. I kept walking, though, as there is always something popping up when you turn a corner of one of the narrow alleys--the open markets, the vendors, the cafes.
In the morning I'll need to make my way to the train station to get on the Bordeaux-bound line for my stop at Valence d'Agen, where, if all goes well, I'll be picked up by VCCA staff for transport to the facility in Auvillar. It will take a while to get settled there, I imagine, but I'm not there for terribly long--I have to leave on Sept. 1--so I need to get to work!