La Maison d'Hotes - La Corne d'Or
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Day 2 - Saturday 6th September, 2014
We were up bright early for the 8.45am ferry crossing to Calais. Gilly, as usual did his usual 'slow motion' impression of loading up his bike, putting his helmet on and actually getting on the bike. Les and myself were already prepared and ready to get off. So we told Gilly that we were going up the road a couple of yards as we were on a slope and wanted to be on the flat.
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... the town and parked until it had finished. As we walked around the town we came across an outdoor museum of a Roman town. It was probably a similar size to Vindalander in Northumberland( if you haven't been it's well worth a visit ). We returned to the Aires and parked up. There were a couple of Brits already parked who were very interested in a. Logan, b.Dreamcatcher c. our planned ...
We had completed 279 miles from home to Arras, in France. Sixty nine miles from Calais to Arras was the most enjoyable, with spacious motorways cutting through farming fields during the harvest season.
I had always dreaded the challenges of riding on the M1, and in particular M25 back in the UK, but that was behind us when we rolled out of the Eurotunnel with such ...
... Wood, where the bodies of 250 missing Australian and British soldiers were found in 2008. It is a quiet little nondescript paddock on the edge of town. A Melbourne history buff by the name of Lambis Englezos, found the bodies by comparing aerial photographs of the site before and after the battle of Fromelles. He had a bit of a battle with the politics of getting a formal investigation, no-one in Australia or France wanted to touch it, until he started negotiating ...
It was an early morning to catch the train. Just to be safe, we got away from the hotel and caught an earlier tram than planned, getting us to the station in plenty of time. This gave us a bit of a chance to rest before getting on the train and the rain held out until we got to station, keeping both us and our luggage dry. We took the train from Amsterdam to Lille, getting to see much of the Dutch and Belgian countryside. We then ...