Abbaye de Valloires
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Downer stayed here on Jul 12, 2015 during their trip titled: Downer's Great European Motorhome Adventure.
... the tag "sur-mer", literally, "on sea", is a mystery to us, since it is at least five miles as the crow flies from the coast.
The aire is full, given our late evening arrival, that is not really a surprise, but, there is a bus parking area adjacent, which several campervans ...
Shopping and sight seeing (in that order!) A quick walk round the ramparts then lunch at La Petite Auberge in the old town. Moules et Frites of course! Started to rain slightly as we went into the crypt of the Notre Dame, was chucking it down when we came ...
... a glass of Muscadet. Guaranteed to soothe the soul on a cold rainy day.
I had wanted to do some sightseeing around Boulogne-sur-Mer but the rain robbed me of my touristic inspiration, so we drove further down the Opal coast to Berck-Plage, where we settled for the night in a very nice campground, Miny Park (€14). It’s Sunday and all day we have been sloshing through villages, towns and cities where only the ...
... a surprise as after a few hills we must be at the top of the world as I see a sign at a petrol station that says 'garage de la Haute Pays' the high country. Suddenly starts to get warm & so I have to go into a corn field to change from my long trousers into shorts - great. Then after a busy road that's on the way to a motorway with lots of lorries we turn off right and a wonderful straight road south for 10k which is the most perfect surface ...