Chambres d'Hotes les Terrasses de l'Enclos
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The sun dawned on the last day of our holliday and another gloriously sunny day it was. It took a while for us to get moving as we had to wait for Jess to do some work so I got stuff organised and the girls played on the bouncy castles. Another bike ride was on the cards so I got all the bikes down and checked the tyres, all good. Then I went to ride to reception and was barely off our pitch when the back tyre got another puncture. Not ...
... partly because she brought more than 4 items to go running in (which she hasn't done and never really was going to) and partly because she probably brought about 50 items of clothing. Anyway we got everything sorted and got on the road and drove the ****** Parisien outskirts road and headed north. We have been slightly disappointed on our trip that we haven't had an opportunity to visit our ...
After an almost disappointingly uneventful passing into France sans visa at 5am, driver Bill and our trusty Panda Mobile got their first taste of driving on the right. Bill immediately took to French driving - quite roads, smooth surfaces and lots of speed.
Our first stop was Boulogne-sur-mer. I'd visited ...
... close to the town of St Quentin which is approximately half way. Our pitch has a lake in front and one behind and there seems to be quite a few people fishing. Having set up we decide to take a walk to a nearby British First World War cemetery as expected it has been beautifully kept. We counted approximately a quarter of the graves and found there to be 360 out of which 269 were unknown soldiers. Having spent the last few days immersed in an area heavily involved in the war ...
Sat 18th August
To Cite Europe the huge shopping centre at the Euro Tunnel terminal near Coquelles. Carrefour to stock up on essentials to take back to England. Also wandered the Outlet centre. Another night at the icecream Passion.