Many years later, on going over much of the same ground, with a halt at taples and Le Touquet, it was much the same.
Le Touquet is very cosmopolitan, but it could hardly exist a month without its English patrons.
At Le Touquet, which was a well-known pleasure centre before the war, there were good golf links and some excellent tennis courts.
German soldiers were slain and others wounded when a mine was exploded at Le Touquet, on the north bank of the Lys.
In all honesty we must crown the slightly younger Le Touquet, on the other side of Boulogne, with that distinction.