B&B Calais Coquelles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was spent, catching up on washing and enjoying the luxury of being indoors on a cold, wet, morning. My mum and dad, older sister Dianne and her daughter Annabelle, are also currently in England for a 6 week visit-spending a good majority of their time on the Isle of Wight. We had been disappointed that we'd been unable to organise a catch up in London, but our timing just didn't co-ordinate. Ringing them this morning, they informed us they were on the ferry ...
... and a bustling port. Inside the castle, there were renovations and additions to the structure that ranged from 1000 AD, all the way up to the Cold War. Some of these changes were apparent, as in the modern tunnels, and others that were less noticeable such as the wear on the stones that can only come with weathering.
First I toured the medieval part of the castle. This part was the oldest part, and was complete with King's Chambers, a ...
... and drizzle. At Dover we encounter a roaring gale and just drive through this rather unprepossessing port town. It's the closest town to the European continent, just 21 miles (34 kms.), and the coast of France can be seen from the cliff tops on a clear day (certainly not today!). Our destination is Dover Castle.
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... 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 ...
... the Alps towards Lyon, then up to northern France, leaving the final morning to get to the tunnel. We had decided to use the toll roads, if only to get some better surfaces, and it proved worthwhile. The motorway took us out of Umbria into Tuscany, around the Florence ring road, with, sadly, absolutely no views of Florence, then down to the coast near Viareggio. We were amazed at the contrast between Umbria and Tuscany, then at the ...