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Tried to take the ferry a couple of days early but the charge was ridiculous so here we are still! Did an excellent shop in Auchan, then found a brilliant are at Les Erables for the night. A super long walk yesterday was flowed by a quiet and peaceful night. Now 'enjoying' a coffee and the wifi and back to the same aire for the night with an early ferry ...
... the Dogs Inn in Old Sodsbury gave us the resolve to continue to Lands End.
Tiffany Coates is one of the foremost female world motorcycle travellers. She works for several months of the year for Globebusters (when not working her day job), guiding motorcycle tours in far off lands. Tiffany is a slightly built petit and unassuming type of person happy to cook her own bread and live a relatively quiet life at Lands End, yet she rides a 1200cc ...
... By the time we had finished it was clearing nicely and we were all set for setting up camp and doing the washing etc. There is a definite difference between the French and English camps. These are much more regimented, everyone equally spaced out and backing up to the white marker is extremely important (John & Shirley will remember this) this camp has a little model on the desk to educate ...
... drop our stuff off and go for a walk. We need to find a phone store to get a SIM card for England. We have been doing this throughout our trip. Every country we buy a new SIM card for the phone for about 20 Euros or less and get 200-300 minutes free. So the same for England. We head down a little path way called Barton River walk. This was very quiet, with a little river and crystal clear water. There were ducks and trout and just cute as can be. We came back and found ...
... to leave Bruges.
Booked onto the 1605 ferry from Calais, we had time to mooch, do a spot of shopping... and anything else which took our fancy.
The Lace Hotel was not just well placed for exploring the city itself, but also for the car park.
Quite a few people had not believed Jim's firm instructions on entering the city, which had said "into underpass, then right into the huge underground car park" which meant they ended up missing ...
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