Ibis Boulogne Sur Mer Centre Les Ports
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... then spent the rest of the day doing nothing - just enjoying the glorious sunshine until dinner in the evening. Today saw the start of the 'Fete de Mer' here in Boulogne so the place is full, we have a boat rafted up next to us - Harviette from Dover a Fairline Phantom with it being really busy. The guys got in late afternoon so we spent the night in our cockpit drinking lots of wine and beers, It seems the most polite thing to ...
... at the fantastic Chateau Villandry for two nights from Brantome, its gardens are the thing you come here to visit. And they are astounding, beautifully laid out in a classical and formal style of box hedged areas overflowing with flowers, fruits and vegetables. Its a must to visit the chateau and see the whole of ghe gardens from its tower. DId you know that all french chateaus were once forts and when there was no need to defend themselves again, each one was remodelled into ...
... sun is now setting on our road trip too. By this time tomorrow we'll be back at home . . . but probably planning the next adventure.
It will have to be book reading this evening as we forgot to charge up the DVD player. Never mind, we'll need to get to sleep early tonight as we have to get to the port by 9:00 am in the morning. That's a VERY early start for us . . . I must remember to set that alarm.
... br> Our friends, Gunter and Renate have been holding our bike boxes and
a duffle bag.
We'll get into Ft. Lauderdale late on
Tuesday, after a 10 hour flight.
So, all in all, we were able to see
things that were on our list. Although, traveling by car is not a
nice as by bike. We didn't feel the same connection with the
country. We missed the cycling and hope that we can come back again.
... before being gassed and sent back to England.
Overnight municipal campsite Camping Le Velodrome in Albert, main British base in 1916.
Wednesday 20th June
Our main reason to visit this area today. The village of Villers –Bretonneux – liberated by the Australians.