Pierre&Vacances Le Touquet
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... to have all we need and once we fix up the niggly things it will be perfect for us for the next four and a half months. Tomorrow we are heading towards Amiens and will stop several times and ride along the Somme. It's great having bikes. You can see so much more everywhere. We are in the second superb campground tonight and so far the prices are a lot more reasonable than in Australia so that bodes well for the budget. Au ...
... begin with. At pedestrian crossings I keep looking the wrong way before I cross and nearly get run over! The ride blew the cobwebs out and the bikes we have borrowed from Jane and Anton are little beauts. Tomorrow we head south a little bit towards Normandy. So far we are pleased with the Beast. There are pluses and minuses as compared to our caravan in Australia but it doesn't matter. We are ...
... very winding sandy trails. Losing our way extended the ride by 45min, so we really got our money's worth! While we were out on the trail, the boys did some shopping at a local market and played some arcade games. Classic pinball is always in style!
We were lucky that the sun came out in the afternoon so we could take one final stroll on the beach before leaving the coast tomorrow. This relaxing week was a great way to wind down as our journey nears the end.
Today we drove south to the town of Ypres which was almost totally destroyed in WW1. It is the site of the Mennen Gate War memorial that was developed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. It is quite a structure on the main road on the entrance to the city centre. The City has been totally rebuilt including the cathedral and the city buildings. In fact we enjoyed the atmosphere of the town ...
... and out of sight, but the older couple walking their dog (not a Mexican hairless) did not leave much to the kids' imaginations. Garrett soon began to label the nudists/naturists "polluters." From his perspective, they polluted the visual landscape. So while the kids were now well use to seeing naked people in paintings and sculptures, it would take a bit to get use to seeing it 'in the flesh.'