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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... enjoyable was being able to enjoy all the beautiful Autumn colours. We passed through a lot of woodland and I'm sure it would have been a bit boring in plain green! We wouldn't hesitate to go at the same time another year.
We didn't have much choice with campsites - Municipals especially seem to close at the end of September - but luckily with ...
After one false start, caught in a shower, the skies brightened and although a strong wind was blowing, we enjoyed a lovely bracing walk along the beach at Wissant.
There were lots of wind surfers taking advantage of the conditions and we spent ages watching them. As we walked back along the ...
... dismal but it didn’t matter, so we made the use of our campervans and chatted the days away. It was a pleasure to share their company and have a few laughs. Mark was determined that we would need additional “blue” for the toilet (chemical essential for the
ambiance of the campervan) as they had had trouble sourcing it on their travels
and left us a parting gift of 4 litres. We had heard that ...
... so often. A special cocktail party was held in a favourite spot, The Ocean Bar, and free appetizers and drinks. Bring it on!! Well little did we know that we were to be called up to receive a Major Award, a medallion for spending over 100 days at sea on one Dam ship or another. After the medallions were placed ceremoniously around our necks the photographer took our picture with the captain. Once home it will be placed in an appropriate spot. We then were escorted to lunch in ...
... pub, aptly named "The Millers".
We then returned down the river, passing The Marlowe Theatre, to our starting point which is
home to the infamous ducking stool! Ducking stools were used for punishment of dishonest tradesman and some believe this practice coined the phrase "going under", used when a business is heading for bankruptcy. The ducking stools were also used in the trials of witches. If the woman in question was immersed in the river and drowned she was ...