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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 ...
... the Canadians who died in WW II as part of the disasterous raid on Dieppe.
A picnic on the cliff tops had been our intention, but as we were unloading the car, rain joined the wind, so aborted that idea and ate in the car instead.
Then headed to Abbeville, to locate the last of Lyn's men. Signage for this Commonwealth War Cemetery wasn't as obvious as previous times, though this ...
... some cheese , a bottle of cider , tried calvados and decided against a local concoction of potatoes , Neufchâtel cheese , bacon and probably cream for lunch. We countuhed on through picturesque county side to visit Belleview a 6 ha garden just outside Saen Sans our stop for the night the B&B dates from 1798 but refurbished inside , comfortable but nothing special . Pizza for diner because the only restaurant in the village was shut , chatted to a couple of poms at the next table ...
... the ground in front of him . Josh was concerned for this very intoxicated fellow - he thought we should give him some money :)) Next stop was the Dieppe cemetery. This cemetery is full of Canadians. We did see many other countries represented there as well. We also found a Canadian woman. The bodies buried in this cemetery were buried by the Germans. On the road now to Normandy - 5 hour drive ahead of us. Prior to our drive today we have logged more than 1000 km thus ...
... price of menus as we walked around the town. The prices had certainly risen, but we were pleasantly surprised to find that Le Jardin, which had always been expensive in the past, had a Menu du Jour which was priced at €18 for two courses. I decided to treat Neil for doing all the driving, which also ensured no cooking for either of us when we returned to the ...