Chambres d'Hotes les Terrasses de l'Enclos
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... had cabin fever so we hauled the bikes out of the compartment that they fit in, in the motorhome, donned our helmets, gloves, jackets, balaclavas and thermals and headed off. Its the 31st May today so it better warm up tomorrow because its supposed to be summer. We rode all over the place in the rain and tried to remember to ride on the right side of the road. It does mess with your head a ...
... a couple of Ski stations on the way, Fromagal being the highest at 2600mts. We went past lakes, along the bottam of valleys, skirted the peaks and parked next to banks of snow on the way. Quite a trip.
Lourdes- a mad place, described as 'Blackpool with nuns' by my good friend Dean which sums it up nicely. The shops are groaning & heaving with statues, crosses, snowglobes, cherubs on a rope, bottles for 'holy water', minature grotto scenes,anything you can think of ...
... fuel and a bit of meat for tea. It was a very cold morning but by now the sky was almost cloudless.
L'Eure and L'Seine caused a bank of dense fog just south of Rouen. We found ourselves driving in and out of the mist with little else to see but the road ahead. Past Rouen we were back on the motorway, A28, which took us as far north as Abbeville in Normandy. There the fog lifted to reveal a lovely ...
... by a token which lasts for 8 minutes. The disabled facilities are a large wet room which is a little chilly come late September. There are facilities for Motorhomes as well as Caravans and tents, the site also offers Tepees for those who want the Wild West experience too. We stayed two nights here and found it a quite busy place with outfits coming and going for Ferries at Calais.
Stephanie also picked a pitch at the end ...
... before being gassed and sent back to England.
Overnight municipal campsite Camping Le Velodrome in Albert, main British base in 1916.
Wednesday 20th June
Our main reason to visit this area today. The village of Villers –Bretonneux – liberated by the Australians.