L'Auberge du Moulin d'Audenfort
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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 ...
... city. Unfortunately, we got stuck in a
traffic jam and so by the time we arrived at the campsite it was mid-afternoon
and the enthusiasm had gone. The sun is still shining but the temperature was
more pleasant in the mid 20’s.
At the moment, we are sat on the ferry back to Dover. We stayed in a campsite at Malo de Bains last night just ...
... remembered are played on an audio visual presentation which can be heard as you approach the visitor centre. An extremely moving experience as it contains 12,000 graves more than 8,000 unidentified.the Tyne Cot memorial commemorates 35,000 soldiers. We then drove the 68 miles to Calais where we stayed the night at Guines and enjoyed a meal at the Auberge Trois Pays in the ...
... Spain to the UK and met them at Trevieres, nearby the Normandy landing
beaches which are well known for the largest ever amphibian invasion on 6 June 1944. Everything was decked out for the 70th celebrations of that event.
Trevieres was our first Municipal Camping Ground (3 star), a step up from an Aire but not the posh expensive holiday park camps that are very popular here, they have ...
... The sun had started poking through the clouds and all around the fields were shining from the rain. Satisfied he’d captured it, or perhaps he just thought he’d been long enough, he hopped back in the car to continue our journey.
Kinderdijk is a town where there are 19 windmills built in the 170o’s along a series of canals used to drain sections and move the water uphill to drain away and keep the land dry. They are still operational and they ...