Le Moulin Aux Draps
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Desvres
... The GPS seemed to struggle around this area - mine crashed and could only be recovered by popping the batteries out and Steve B's, which Clive was carrying, was also struggling. I think it must have been a mapping issue. At some point in the day I noticed a significant dog leg in the route and thought we should be able to short cut. The sign said the short cut was a dead end except for bikes so I thought it would be OK. Unfortunately ...
... Coupole this is a former German v2 base , now a museum . This place is a reinforced 5 meter thick 70 meter diameter dome built to hold a V2 rocket assembly facility in the later part of WW2 , built by slave labour from a nearby camp and obviously designed to be bomb proof. Two displays one dealing with the occupation and liberation of Northern France and the other dealing with the Nazi rocket program, lots of audio visual static displays made it a very interesting experience . ...
... water was at a warm 23 degrees which really surprised us
and was brown and flat. Would have been excellent conditions to fish in back in
After booking in to the campsite, we headed back to the
beach on our bikes and took a short ride along the top of the cliffs to admire
the view. From here we set off to try and find a shop to buy some provisions.
... Melton Mowbray on their way to Southern France. I'm not the only crazy biker heading south for the winter.
And so with time in hand I'm bimbling south into France heading for Les Ballastieres in Gauchin-Verloingt. I've stayed here a number of times before, usually on the way home.
It's an old farmhouse built in the French style like a minor fortification, a square of ...
... sup>th Century. We saw lots of incredible weapons and armour, walked up and down narrow spiral stairways, pretended to fire cannons from the turrets and saw some rather unpleasant torture devices. The walk back to the car took us over a canal lined with buildings. We were hoping to find a main area like this but we couldn’t easily do this and time was getting on as well as it being quite windy and cold outside. We decided to carry on to France.