Abbaye de Valloires
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A visit to Chateau de Valloires and a night in the carpark there, a busy tourist site during the day and once all had gone home it left the 4 Motorhome that enjoyed a very quiet evening out in the sticks.
... Some really good shots hit by us both, and at 18° I got so hot I took my jumper off! We finished about 3.30pm giving us time to drive to the beach. I'm glad we did, it was lovely. There were loads of people about, enjoying the sunshine just like us. We had a cold drink at a bar on the sands, then took a little walk along the promenade. We were tempted earlier, not to get a parking ticket, because it wouldn't accept our credit card, ...
... it's not surprising the local restaurants offer "fish if the day" on their menu. Time for a hot drink and lunch we made our way back to town. Sale à l'étage had seats in the sun so that's where we had a tea/coffee and a panini. It got so warm we took our ***********. 18°! We walked, uphill now, back towards the old town. We took more photos of various statues of art, before deciding it was time for a nice large glass ...
... and we were off to investigate. We learned that Boulogne-sur-Mer is nicknamed 'city of art and history'. The archway took us to the old town, and it's cobbled streets. Practically the first bar we came across was were we stopped for a glass of wine. It was still sunny and warm enough to sit outside. The glass of wine was enormous, the glass was big enough to wash your feet in! I bought myself a pair of oven mitts from the little shop ...
... a crawl, the opposite carriageway is totally empty of traffic, looks like an accident ahead on the north-bound carriageway.
Sure enough, we soon come upon the scene, a small campervan ...