Hostellerie Le Clos du Moulin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Woke up at the crack of dawn after a good nights sleep today and had a good walk round to see the nearby sites. Even though it was early the fish market was in full swing and what a site to behold, fresh fish galore straight off the boat onto the quayside, 2 litres of Mussels Si Vous Plait ! - my kind of grocery shopping. We ventured into town for fresh bread and the best garlic we have had in years to make Moules Marinere later ...
... facilities at Boulogne, with free wifi and electric at half the price of the UK marinas I'm loving France already. Brisk walk around the Old Town of Boulogne followed by dinner on board, Lamb Keema and Rice sitting in the sun - life's good so far ! Saw some amazing fish, fruit and veg shops on our jaunt into town and looking forward to cooking up some culinary delights with the goodies that are on offer ...
... 16 pts which was my total score in the first round. Anyway, I went on to have 40 points and won the day. I can't believe it. I had to make a speech and was presented with a gorgeous golf towel and glove with the club logo on both. The weather was perfect today, sunny with a cool breeze. When we went to cross the road in our golf carts, the traffic stopped for us!! Very ...
... dried our wet gear. The course was really interesting with some great par 3's. It was in great condition despite the rain and was enjoyable to play as it was not a long course. Luckily I had shared a sandwich with Derek as we did not finish till nearly 4. Back to the hotel to blog whole Derek walked with some others. Dinner was very ordinary. Back at room by 10pm. Much cooler than yesterday and with the window open, almost bearable.
... died on the first day of the big offensive on April 9, 1917. He was buried in a war cemetery on the same day in 2009 and the service was attended by his son who they discovered after much searching and who now has a photo of a father he never knew.
After lunch, we shopped then caught a cab north of the town to more chalk quarries. These were 20 metres underground and had been linked by 30 km of ...