Bonsai Escale Calais

Address: Quai du Danube, Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62100, France | 1 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Calais

Day 4... Our last day, and the journey home.

A travel blog entry by ladynewbury on Oct 28, 2015

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The best nights sleep since leaving home and we have to get up! We paid €6 for our bar bill and left. We popped the suitcase in the car and walked to the town, in the drizzle, for a cup of hot chocolate/tea. We were able to sit outside because Cafe Maìrìe had the sun blind wound out. We had plenty of time so we went into the cathedral and paid €3 each to go down into the newly opened Crypt. ...

Wednesday 12th – Thursday 27th August 2015

A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Oct 14, 2015

104 photos

... or some dinner. We wander in to the town and see lots of shops, signs to Jules Verne's house, a cute restaurant with umbrellas hung from strings ready for rainy outdoor seating, and then stumble across the cathedral. It is medium, and looks dark. We then notice the signs that fill the square, suggesting Amiens, too, have a Cathedral light show every evening. We decide not to attend; our light show last night feels special and unique - best to keep it that way.

On the ...

FROM ONE SIDE OF THE EU TO THE OTHER!

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Jan 26, 2015

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... of the Cemeteries in Verdun and saw the runners-up for the French “Unknown Soldier”! I know that probably sounds strange, but the French had eight candidates for the position of “Unknown Soldier”. The successful candidate is buried in the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier under the Arc de Triomphe and the remaining unsuccessful candidates are all buried in individual graves in the Faubourg-Pavé Military cemetery.

As the weather ...

Paris, Amiens and finally, Calais

A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Sep 30, 2014

5 comments, 24 photos

... else we don’t know about? And, she has good references . . . Us! Also makes excellent coffee.

Then it was onto the Pere Lachaise Cemetery - 110 acres and a humungous number of graves. Of course the first one to visit was that of Jim Morrison. After that we searched high and low for Oscar Wilde’s grave but it eluded us. We had been warned it was hard to find and confirm that is the case. But it was peaceful walking down the avenues and lanes that separate ...

There'll Be Bluebirds Over...

A travel blog entry by kalede on Apr 08, 2013

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... room with a real fire! Just the thing for thawing out after the windy conditions outside. All the chairs looked comparitively huge- especially when placed beside the beds, which looked like children's! They were all colourfully decorated and must have been well made, as although they're not originals they're almost exact replicas. It surprised me how colourful these things were actually, as I'd always pictured the wood to just be... wood-coloured. No greens or reds or blues, but there ...