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Today we drove from Amsterdam to Calais to catch the Channel ferry to Dover. Took less than 2 hours and was a much better experience than the Greek ferry from Ancona to Patras. For a ferry, it was very well appointed ship. Not a bad day when you consider we covered or crossed 4 countries, Netherlands, Belgium, France and ...
Although we had left Falmouth early we arrived into Dover only at 7am. We had opted for a 9 am departure so had a leisurely breakfast thinking to let all the passengers with flights and a need to be somewhere get off ahead of us. We should have been the last departure but the luggage was still being unloaded when we got the go ahead at 9.30am and we were lucky our bags were all there. we had to wait for Enterprise to bring ...
... take away food shop, a bar, an indoor pool, a restaurant and a motel, all bases covered. All very clean and well kept. The shop opens at five in the afternoon and you place your order for croissants and baguettes for the next morning, very French, so we did. Because we are in walking distance to the town we put the annex up and settled ourselves in for the night. At ten thirty it is still light, good for trips ...
... We could see the lines either side of us moving through the checkpoints while we were almost stationary. When we finally got to the booth all became clear. The attendant in the British booth was playing 20 questions with every car. "When did you arrive in the EU. Do you have a return ticket. How long are you staying in the UK. When was the last time you were in the UK. Where are you traveling to in the UK." It's like he was in training or something.
... didn’t disappoint. With over 240 stalls this is, by far, the biggest market in this region. It was ...
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