Chateau du Broutel
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My trip to Le Touqet was a chance event when my ex-colleague and very good friend Véronique walked into my office and said "hey do you want to visit Le Touquet this weekend with my family" & the fun never stopped till I got back...
I started off with a TGV from Lille and got off at Etaples train station, where I had Roland and Véro awaiting me. After our chit-chats and many jokes our first stop was the Rue ...
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 ...
... bikes, but these are Comtinental Roadattack GTs, and hopefully better wearing for this heavy bike.
When I returned from the last trip the Dunlop front tyre was strangely triangular in shape, I guess from all that time running at 45 degrees on the tournanti of the Alps. The initial feel of the Contis is good. We'll see how they manage the miles.
I stop for tea ...
... sandwich at a layby on the A1 just before Peterborough. Thickest sausage sarny I ever had.
Then it's an easy run down the M11 and round London on the M25, which for once has no traffic jams. I'm at the Channel Tunnel 2. Hours before my scheduled departure time, but I'm invited to take an earlier train.
In the shuttle I meet three ...
... 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 ...