Le Moulin Aux Draps
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After getting off the Euro Tunnel Train it was a bit of guess work as to where we would go. It was pouring with rain and cold and windy so we decided that we wouldn't go far. We have a great camp site app so I checked a few out and we hunkered down in a delightful little campground where the french lady was helpful, lovely and oh so French. Loved that. We were camper bound for the day but by ...
Looking back on our last full week in France, we are very glad that we booked the beachside accommodation at Quend plage for our last long stay. Amidst our two long day trips we had a few shorter excursions close to home and lots of beach time.
On Monday we visited the Commonwealth Cemetery of Etaples. Etaples was an important hub in WWI as it had multiple rail lines to connect to the fighting, and seaside access to connect to England. Apart from its use as ...
... touching them over the years and you can be immersed in the waters at a purpose built block just around the corner. Not sure what to make of the many visitors looking for a cure or easing of their pain who make it here in good faith, but if they find solace you can't really hold it against them. I didn't see any sign of the holy spirit myself but hey, who am I to judge.
From here we headed to the Dordogne, which in fact is just the name of a river which runs through ...
... owner wants to keep it clean. Oh my word! Beer is our drink of choice, but Lloyd can stop thinking about and mentioning the TGV that we missed. In his frustration he proceeds to break the world record for downing 2 glasses of Stella. Maybe that will cheer him up. This place is dire, so we leave "Bar Nondescript" and walk a short distance to a Tabac that has a small bar. It's a funky place called "Le Duc de Guise" and I very much like ...
... seen trucks piled high with freshly harvested carrots, still dirty from the ground as well as enormous piles of potatoes and other root vegetables waiting in fields. Something we’ve never seen before although we must have this back home. We walked past some corn fields and saw corn poking out from its husk and we still can’t work out what a green crop is that we see everywhere.
Today was our last day in France for a while and tomorrow we head to the UK.