Chateau de Noyelles en Baie de Somme
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... some amazing lunch. Roland was the master of Charcuterie! (It was amazing).
While at lunch we shared some great stories with a very cute couple Pauline(her daughter) and Simon. Pauline had made some amazing herb roasted potatoes "la ratte du Touquet" and I couldn't stop eating it. Soon after we set out to the beach for a stroll, some more shopping and through out the afternoon we saw amazing scenic views ...
... We also visited the German Cemetery nearby again similar to the last one dark tomb stones , trees and a overall darker , somber mood . We are not sure if they are all like this or not . To improve our sprits we set off for Bruges for beer and chocolate , spirits dashed moments later when the GPS couldn't find our hotel despite multiple attempts to enter the address in different ways. We opted for the best fit and it took us up roads no wider than a suburban drive way to some ...
... Melton Mowbray on their way to Southern France. I'm not the only crazy biker heading south for the winter.
And so with time in hand I'm bimbling south into France heading for Les Ballastieres in Gauchin-Verloingt. I've stayed here a number of times before, usually on the way home.
It's an old farmhouse built in the French style like a minor fortification, a square of ...
... a cobbled gated yard. It's run by Sue and Paul, an English biking couple and the great advantage for the solo traveller is the hayloft, a communal sleeping space that is just €18 for B&B.
In the evening I stroll into the neighbouring town of St Pol where there is a bar restaurant where they brew there own wheat beer and then back for an early night.
A better night was had by all and, after eating our pain au chocolat for breakfast, we were ready to do battle with the marketeers!
It was drizzling with misty rain as we set off. It is only about a 20 min walk into the town and we soon came across the market. We parted company with our friends, so that we could all do our own thing and we enjoyed looking at all the ...