Hostellerie Le Clos du Moulin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... and they have it with everything including stews ,we thought the Yanks were bad ! Dinner was at a place with table cloths , napkins , and attentive service ( our first experience ) chervil and fish soup for entree , Belgian T bone, with chips, and the best pear sorbet ever very nice . 19 September After breakfast we walked up to have a look at the fish market ( no fish ) only runs on Wednesday . Motored out of town more or less successfully and had our first and only stop for the day ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... Neil and I then decided to go down "memory lane". We walked down to the Casino end of town and marvelled at a huge complex of flats which had been erected since we came here last year.
We walked round the corner to see the original flat that we had purchased many years ago. It was in a block called Le Shetland. That brought back happy memories!
We had been looking ...