BEST WESTERN Beachcroft Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Along the way,we used the telepeage pip. This is a small dongle which when attached to the windscreen, saves us paying tolls each journey - we get billed once a month. It didn't work the first time, but by getting closer to the barrier and adjusting the position of the dongle, we got it to work.
The weather was magnificent. Blue skies and fluffy clouds. And what a welcome to france - warm for the middle ...
... Suzie, and hopefully see Simon and Susie! Confusing, isn't it?
Then we will wander back up through France staying in aires and campsites.
If our experience in October is anything to go by, we will continue to lose weight and get fitter.
Will be busily reading 'all the aires' and searching through the acsi sites on the computer, and
checking that the Limoux wine is up to standard. We are looking ...
... We then went on the Brighton Wheel, the copy-cat of the London eye. It was so scary at first, me being afraid of heights and all, but we ended up going around four times and by the fourth time I was actually able to enjoy the view.
We then went for lunch in a cute little French café followed by a walk around the shops. Brighton is very 'hippy-esque' and there ...
... we were not pressured.
It's not difficult even though you are sitting high up and basically in a van cab.
We planned to stop at the aire in Canterbury for the night - we didn't want to push ourselves to the limit on the first day.
The light had gone by the time we drove into the aire and settled for the night. There were four more motorhomes in the park and another two parked up later - outside the park.
So many new experiences - using the loo, cooking in the van and ...
... carrot cake, is beyond weird.
We were quite sure it was Heathrow by the time we had circled over it several times, even if the captain was not sure where to land the thing. He could have asked.
Airports are grand places. Terminal 5 is a wonder. It is empty. Not only has Elvis left the building, but seemingly everyone else has too. We walked for miles down empty corridors, up and down escalators, caught the little train before ...