Best Western Clifton Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Clifton Hotel Folkestone
So far so good...food is average, but the room was an upgrade Twin and had lots of space....many narrow passages and lots of confusion....its an old folks home really!
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... was delicious and of course plentiful. We had a great afternoon together, delving into the past and present in many ways. The last time I saw Don, Rosemary and Mandy was in 1977, so a few years to cover. Both girls said I hadn't changed and would know me anywhere! I would have recognised Rosemary, but not so with Mandy. 6.00pm, following family photo time, the visitors departed for their ...
so we have had a very pleasant few days in Folkestone and Dover. Lovely caravan site, very clean, with heated toilet and shower block! Bunny rabbits everywhere and a nice playground for the kids. Very friendly folk in the caravan site too. Dover castle was very impressive, but very exposed up there on the hill and we froze in the wind! The white cliffs are quite majestic.
Booked our channel crossing on the ferry.....
Au revoir ...
... French Customs or Immigration. I was very disappointed L and out we head from Calais towards Belgium.
Now the left-handedness of Gerty shines through and it all sort of makes sense. Although I have to admit to a few screams from the passenger side “get over to the right!!!!” and “No, the other way round the round-about” – truly Chevy Chase moments …..
Driving up the motorway we enter Belgium and to a campsite in a town ...
I forgot!! In Madeira there was a street in the old part of town where virtually every door had a different painting. Charming. And lots of little restaurants etc and the people did NOT harass us! Had good traditional local seafood.
If i get the time and have the patience and the internet time available, I'll try to post some photos but it's a struggle!!
... could leave Hudson in the room to have a quick nap whilst Mum and Dad had a few pints with the monitor! He must have loved having the room to himself cause we had to wake him for a change.
We got up fairly early the next day to head on down to Folkestone to catch the Euro tunnel car train thing. Quite exciting really.
I'll carry on in the next entry!