B&B Calais Coquelles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hours of my day in queues, this year they've implemented a ticketing system which means none of this involved queueing - FANTASTIC!
The post princess breakfast included Boo's favourite breakfast to look at (she can't actually eat them though she tries every time she has the opportunity) Mickey Waffles! Fid clocked his watch every second tick of the minute hand while Gab and I enjoyed a game of confected restrictions to hold the ...
Getting up at 8, leaving what we thought was plenty of time to get to the port, we had a leisurely coffee and set off at 9am. Being only a mile away and a bank holiday, we reasoned the traffic would be good and we'd be first in the queue. Mistake number one. Having gone round in circles for 10 minutes, we joined a queue about 100 meters from the car park we'd just left. Having watched the traffic lights in front of us change 9 times ...
... of the coast. Then I want to check out the infamous White Cliffs of Dover. They are pretty impressive. We opt for an early night as we have a 06.40 ferry to Calais.
An early start means we see the sunrise in a very clear blue sky in Dover. We head down to the massive ferry terminal to head over to France. Goodbye UK, see you ...
... 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 ...
... Christo, but his son. Oh well, maybe he will pass on the message for me.
I was about to head over to the dead painters section when an employee came around wringing an awfully loud bell and saying that it was closing time at the cemetery. The dead needed their sleep after all and once more Paris denied me the chance to connect to the art world.
After a hurried dinner I jumped on the Metro to the centre of the city to check out Notre ...