Chateau du Broutel
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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 ...
... bustling with Sunday shoppers. The whole street knew Véro and her family !!! It gave me a wonderful feeling of being in a small town where traders knew you as a neighbour not just as a mere customer - of course Véro is a networking queen!
With all the fresh produce from the market, we went to their beautiful home with a view of the lighthouse. While I set out to see the beach and streets, she and her ...
... city accompanied by the carillon close up ( added to 300 steps in Amien and a pathetic 260 in Ypres ) . We tried to find the Tin Tin shop , closed , had a bit of a look at the shop selling all things Belgian , the diamond museum and by this time about 3.30 were a bit hungry so a couple of fantastic pastries and a cup of tea did the trick. The alternative was frites with mayonnaise but I was told I couldn't have it , it's the national dish the Belgians claiming the invention of ...
It's misty and just starting to get light at 6:30am. The year is wearing on; soon be time to put the clocks back.
But not before I go to Turkey and find Noah's Ark!
The mist clears slowly and I pile on the miles down a quiet A1. I'm trying a different set of tyres for this trip, recommended by Andy at A18 Motorcycle Tyres. I've been on Dunlops for years, on ...