Hotel restaurant le Speranza
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... people sitting on the beach fully clothed because it's cold. The tide was very far out. People with boots on were walking out through the wet sand and tidal areas. We walked a trail through pretty woods and then banks of grass that eventually came out to the beach. We walked the beach back to the campground.
Thirty minutes later, we saw that the sky was brilliantly pink and red ...
... me not pressing the right buttons.
We are gradually refining our packing up procedure. Making sure the rooflight in the loo is shut and the gas turned off is sometimes forgotten. And also packing up the bits and pieces off the bedside like the clock and glow mat. David is getting good at rushing to the back to deal with something that is rattling around.
But it's been a great week. Tomorrow night, Monty will be cleared for ...
... late afternoon, the weather cleared up and the sun was out in full force. We decided to walk into Wimereux, a couple kilometers away, and look for the communal cemetery. The cemetery was confusingly signed (marked as communal, British, East & Ancient) and just as we were about to give up, we spotted the CWGC sign. We were here looking for the grave for Lytton Wilde, Meghan’s great-great-uncle. He died of mustard gas poisoning in the First World War. ...
... 40th birthday, loads of guys selling alcohol, after taking plenty of photo's we watched the Eiffel Tower light up at 10pm before proceeding to Mon Matre. Very picturesque! We all queued for creeps that were not so good, also starting to get a little cold. Later we walked down to the Moulin Rouge, actually quite a sleazy area, full of sex shops, the we met up with Dean the coach driver for drinks , in a nice bar with space and reasonably priced ...
We left Brugge and headed to Neiuwport
and spent the next 29 miles on the road and then a canal. It rained
on and off.
Our next day took us from Neiuwport to
Dunkerque, a total of 24 miles. The weather remained cloudy. The
campground had internet but, we couldn't get it to work. We did send
a email to our son via the free internet at McDonald's, just to let
him know everything was alright with ...