Auberge Du Gros Tilleul
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This is south of Le Touquet Plage! En route yesterday we lunched at Fort Mahon Plage, a huge aire with free water and vid angle facilities but the whole place seemed closed, a ghost town almost! Moved on the Stella Plage, finding our first Beaujolais Nouveau, superb even! Honore Lavigne selected for a gold medal by Jean Luc Pouteau ( described on the ...
Ended up here agin after inspecting two other aires, both OK but a bit dirty underfoot and one had to pay. Le Hourdel is free and this time we managed to park on the edge of the beach with clear views across Le Baie du Somme. Excellent walks and this morning lucky to observe a couple of seals swimming in close with the high tide, absolutely brilliant nothing like seeing seals in the wild. No photos as they move too quickly for our ...
... beach, clouds, sunset and a beautiful small town feel. Le touqet is known for its cozy feel and most of it's visitors are from bigger cities in France like Paris. This summer retreat town is a vacation driven economy and during off season it's a completely different & quiet feel vs. the summer months.
We then visited the L'impasse bar for an early drink and spent quite a good time with Pauline and ...
It's a reasonable trip up to Wimereux. We've been there before and it is a useful stop before Calais. It was over 200km but mostly on good roads. As we had the time, we decided to use the route nationale rather than the Peage. It takes a little longer, but the peages in Northern France have risen hugely in price, so avoiding €20 or so is ...
We set off fairly up to time from our delightful hotel very full after a breakfast that has set the bar from now on , no parking tickets but about 1 kg of birdshit on the car. First stop Pasendale's Tyne-Cot allied war cemetery there not sure how many thousand I think 12,000 buried of whom 8,367 are unnamed , 33, 783 commemorated but never located. The museum was very simple in the style of a couple of remaining bunkers some letters, both sides, and a voice reading out names ...