Bin heute so eine richtige Dörfer Straße gefahren, war wunderschön und interessant 🙂👋😎kleine Straßen teilweise entlang der Küste, leider kam die Sonne ☀ erst am Abend... 😆 Hier am SP gibt's auch einen Paragleiter Startplatz 👍
After having a walk around the neighbourhood, we found a lovely Italian restaurant to have dinner. Unfortunately, as we were sitting on the terrace, we had to contend with smokers during our dinner. We really are lucky in Australia these days that we don’t have to worry about smokers when we eat.
After leaving Rouen we had about 2 hours in total to the EuroTunnel terminal so we stopped off about 20 minutes short for a brief and very windy walk to Cap Gris Nez a few miles west of Calais. Despite the wind we spotted a grey seal in the sea and a Montagu’s Harrier from the approach road. What a great place to cap off a lovely week away!
Keine Worte... 👌
breaky this morning was a baguette with jam and a croissant, there wasnt much else to choose from everywhere we looked. so we sat down at a little cafe, had our bread and coffee ad then walked across the street to a little fruit market and got a nectarine each, so yummy. metro to the Eifel tower. the Eifel tower itself was pretty amazing, and even bigger than i expected. while we were in paris there was a high caution rating for terrorist activity... that being said.... the whole eifel tower was gated, and we had to go through security and bag check to get in (smh the world we live in today) . from the Eifel tower we walked over to the park in front of it, where all the grass was gated off as well :/ then walked about a 1/2 mile to a grass area that wasnt gated, and took photos. from there we got on metro and went to notre dame and had our very plain sandwiches. then into notre dame. this place was pretty amazing, and well worth the trip. took 8 centuries to build, my mind is blown by that. 8 centuries!!! the detail in this place was awesome, and it was just huge. ftom there we got on the metro again, where a fight with like 20 guys broke out, which was pretty scary actually, cuz we were underground and had nowhere to go. at one point we were running dwn stairs in the wrong direction to get away from it cuz they were coming towards us.
later on that day we picked up a car and started our journey out of paris, as soon as we got out of the city, and into the country, we both fet like our spirits lifted, and the best we felt this far. just always felt like we were watching our back walking around the city and rush rush. driving through the lush country was great. and we are taking back roads to aoid tolls, which has been awesome so far came across a pretty awesome castle. checked into a hotel at about 1130pm. just pull in, go to this atm looking thing, pick your room and insert your card and pay, and it spits out a room key. prettu kool.Read more
An evening to chill and rest and not have to leave too early tomorrow to get the eurotunnel train back.
You might also know this place by the following names:
Arrondissement de Boulogne-sur-Mer