Le Cercle de Malines
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... with the worst problems. With this in mind, we drive to little Zors, 15km out of Düsseldorf, and head across the passenger ferry and along cycle paths to the centre. Arriving in Zors at lunch time, we do not have long, as we know the last ferry is at 9pm, and the cycle ride will be almost an hour each way. We wander for an hour, stop for a small lunch, and then find via the tourist information, an hour-long tour that we can do of the best parts of the city. We see a museum with ...
... best coffee we in Europe was at the Federal Café in Barcelona on Celeste’s birthday….I’m sure she was looking after us. Monaco also in the hotel had a good cappuccino and Siena was great for long blacks.
There were plenty of bad ones that tasted like oil or very bitter burnt beans. As for milk they look at you like you are very odd wanting fresh milk with it and try to give you something that is ...
We woke up early this morning as we had booked a taxi to drive us to the train station. He arrived 10 mins early and the traffic was light so we reached Canterbury West station earlier than we thought so we caught what we thought was an earlier train. Thinking we had plenty of time to spare as our train was not to leave before 8:00am we sauntered down the platform and in to the Eurostar terminal, up to the check in desk and through the passport ...
Said "Goodbye" to Nils and family. Set off across northern Belgium then crossed into France. Spent some time looking at various war things related to the WW2 evacuation of Dunkirk. Lunch at Bray-Dunes, overlooking the beach. Looked first at Zuydcoote War Cemetery then the beach at Dunkirk. 338,000 soldiers (including 123,000 French) were evacuated on 5/6th June 1940. Tried to get ...
... I'm still about an hour from Dunkirk. Now I'm just hoping I'll make my scheduled ferry at 5:30.
It's a good ride down the Calais, and as I line up to enter the docks, I feel like I am entering a ceasefire in a civil war.
All along the road are dozens and dozens of heavily armed police and guards, with dogs, and prison vans.
Facing off against them, along the small hills on either side of the road to the ferry, ...