B&B Calais Coquelles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... TGV leaves. Not good! Lloyd manages to order a taxi which turns up within 5 minutes. At the same time another one turns up to pick up some young Germans who Lloyd had befriended. We pile in our cab, tell him to put his foot down but he promptly says that it's impossible to get there on time. Then the taxi carrying Lloyds German pals races past us at a rate of knots. In the meantime our ...
... car until 10 am which was when we had said we needed it, and they were still calling luggage groups out to disembark! We were fine stood waiting in the sunshine but just as we left the port the heavens opened and we had heavy rain until we got to Kent where we were stopping for coffee with friends and the sun came out and we had good weather all the way home. Altogether another good Oceania experience if you ignore ...
... was later built but in 1538 it was destroyed on the orders of Henry VIII. Now a candle burns where the shrine once lay and it was very moving to see it in person.
Also in this area of the cathedral is the tomb of the "Black Prince", Edward Plantagenet. Edward died one year before his father King Edward III and became the first English Prince of Wales to not become King. Edward's heraldic 'achievements' (shield, helm and crest, jupon, scabbard and gauntlets) are ...
... taking photo's of the car whilst in the jam. We had our first encounter with other competitors in the traffic, in fiat punto, brave. Later we also saw another team pulled over by the rozzers hardly a surprise as their car looked like a bison. Just simple liquorice all sorts seem to be camouflage and we avoided them.
Got to the channel tunnel at 17:51, our ...
Thursday 16 August, five days later than planned and the two lovebirds are heading south. We've managed to book the ferry, although our indecisiveness costs us an extra £20. Leaving home at 10pm we sail from Dover to Dunkirk at 2am. God knows how we managed to get everything into the car. The cycle carrier only arrived yesterday so we started loading the bikes at 4pm this afternoon. I think I may have packed too many clothes although it's half of what I had ...