Hotel de la Cognette
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... want to be too close to Calais before mid evening on Thursday.
Another dreary day on the motorway. We went to the campsite in Albert but it was closed. We had to find another campsite. This campsite was open, but no one in the reception. At last a fella turned up and we found a pitch for the night. Camping Ferme de Bouzencourt!
Albert is an interesting town. It's commerces rely on WWll tourism. It's at the heart of the poppy region. It was destroyed during the ...
... through the castle we went to the gardens. Unfortunately the fountains were not operational today, but the gardens still looked spectacular. Tonight we had a our farewell dinner at a local restaurant which was delicious with a Seine river cruise afterwards. The river cruise was beautiful going along the Seine at sunset. As we were going past the Eiffel Tower, it started lighting up and as ...
... This added 3km onto our walk. The second time, we literally came to a crossroads. There were four trails to take in the middle of a national forest, and not a marker to be seen. We discussed which route to take for 15 minutes before finally choosing the one we all agreed seemed the most correct. We walked for 2km before we saw a trail marker. We chose the right way, but it took us a while to figure it out. The third time, we approached the road, and a ...
... to buy supplies, lots of things to see, and lots of options for lodgings,
but there’s also the solid fact that you have to walk through a lot of not
pretty scenery. Suburbs and factories are not nearly as pretty as countryside
and villages. Today we spent a large amount of time passing by factories and a
large military camp. My companions joked with me by pointing to the ugly
factories asking if they were Romanesque or Gothic in origin. Ah, ...
... was just like their mothers used to make. Then came the cheese course, and our hostess really knew a lot about cheese. All five of the cheeses were considered local delicacies, made from goat’s milk. The dessert was massive! There was a sponge cake, drenched in rum which sat in the middle of what tasted like vanilla pudding, and was topped with whipped cream and strawberries. It was seriously delicious, and I could feel my cheeks getting warm from the ...