Mercure Abbeville Hotel de France
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... to Montparnasse station, (bikes can't be taken on the underground,) then change trains, 4 more times. Booking the bikes on the TVG seemed to be the biggest obstacle. Over a cold beer and a cup of tea, ( rather rare in France), we decided to travel to the inland city of Tours and ride back towards the coast for a bit. This would take only 3 and a 1/2 hours, with only the change of trains and stations in Paris. The day finished with a picnic of cold meats and salad beside the ...
... went the thermals, jackets, balaclavas and we headed off for a jaunt along the Somme. Yes it was picturesque but it was also flat and the scenery didn't change a lot so after about 7 km we turned back and took a tour around the town to finish. In the Beast we hopped and headed towards Amiens. Tomorrow we hope to go to a typical French market and see the Notre Dame Cathedral and if we can visit some catacombs in Naours. Do a tour if they are available. Well time to call it a day I ...
... French flock to this seaside resort. The town is picturesque but the along the beach are many ugly hotels and apartments that spoil this part of town. They were especially ugly we thought, put there to house the masses. We found cycle ways through the bush and all over the town and there are huge horse stables here and we stopped to watch a guy lunging his horse which look great. Kerry is slowly getting used to driving on ...
... br> The first thing that struck me is what I had experienced in Italy, and that is how immaculately maintained the memorials, cemeteries and graves are. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission are responsible for the majority of them and they do a wonderful job of honouring the memory of those who lost their lives by maintaining their graves and memorials so impeccably.
One thing that I was surprised about, but on reflection really shouldn't have been, is just ...
... called rapeseed. Not the nicest of names. We drove past fields with massive wind turbines. Past fields with what looked like caves made out of trees in the middle of them. We finally made it to Abbeville which is a more developed town which has a Super Marche! We went in, withdrew some Euros from the machine, then grabbed a few bits and pieces for dinner. We also grabbed some Oreo Milka chocolate. Thanks Jess for ...