Hidden Bay Hotel
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... taken off my sweater at one. However the afternoon was much nicer as it was sunny and warm in Gonneville so we lazed outside drinking beer etc for the afternoon and evening. A pretty relaxing day overall a rarity on this trip. The next day we went back to Dieppe for the market and wow was it busy, a tone of people at the market and all kinds of scooter boys whipping around. Nothing too different at the market ...
Said goodbye to the Otways this morning as they tried to stuff all their luggage into their car. The time seems to fly by with them here, but we also did so much it is not really surprising. We thought we would head up Pourville it seemed like a nice little beach town when we drove through last time. We hoped that it would clear up as it was windy and cloudy so the ...
Started our morning off with a tour along the Dieppe beach. The beach is not at all what I thought it would be - no sand - large rocks form the beachfront area. It's not really easy to walk on either. The Dieppe memorial to Canadians is very close to the beach. It is also directly below a very large castle built in 1440. Built for the King at the time. So cool.....very, very old. We were then given a couple of hours to tour the French market. At the market we could see ...
... 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 ...
... to go to get to Le Touquet, but because we had stayed off the motorway, we went through some lovely villages. As a result of turning off to a Patisserie, which was in fact shut, we ended up finding a Lidl and diving in for provisions which we ate in their car park, in our vans of course!
We eventually got to Camping Stoneham in Le Touquet about 5 mins before the Office opened for the afternoon. We had already reserved 2 pitches luckily, because they ...