Balladins Calais Universite
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Up early for a dog walk and pack up and headed to Folkstone where we arrived by 0830. Straight to the terminal and managed to get an earlier crossing of 0920. Awesome experience! Both of us were nervous but needn't have been (as per!) Driving onto the "train" was space age to say the least. Before we knew it, we were En ...
... 127 metres) tall or 36 floors. There is a nice cafe at the top with a great view, but Centrepoint Tower it ain’t!
From Zurich, we headed down to Lucerne to catch up with Dawn & Werne, and we caught up with all the news of their family! The Lido Campground in Lucerne was open and we stayed there – it’s a great location but it isn’t cheap! It’s only a short walk to the Lucerne Lake and around the corner is the ...
... The GPS seemed to struggle around this area - mine crashed and could only be recovered by popping the batteries out and Steve B's, which Clive was carrying, was also struggling. I think it must have been a mapping issue. At some point in the day I noticed a significant dog leg in the route and thought we should be able to short cut. The sign said the short cut was a dead end except for bikes so I thought it would be OK. Unfortunately ...
... to be following a certain silver van as we were in Southern Ireland! We had the satnav on, but because we had left the motorway it kept on trying to direct us back onto it. Consequently, we went round one roundabout twice! The lorry travelling behind the four of us, thought that we had done it for his benefit and he sped off in front, flashing his indicators in thanks! At least we had done our bit to further Anglo-French relations! We eventually made it down to the campsite, called ...
... white cliffs of Dover. It was really misty though with about a 50meter visibility, so England would have to wait just a bit longer.
Back at the site, the mist was a bit clearer, so we took the opportunity to have one last sunbathe. Tan also asked a woman to borrow a few cigs and she ended up giving us a whole packet of Gaulois. This made us very happy indeed. We repaid her with 2 packets of Haribo we'd had stored in the ...