Le Chateau de Cocove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
After our first farm visit, we crossed the border into France. Dr. Karcher literally stood up, said we're in France, and said we had to be back on the bus in five minutes. We drove through a very small town, and stopped at the church. We jumped out of the bus, tried spelling France, and I took a lot of pictures of the church, which was beautiful.
Up at 4am, breakfast and then on the bus to Trafalgar London Office to pick up more people...then onto Dover. Made good time apparently so were able to get an earlier Ferry.we are just all in the bus waiting for our luggage off the Ferry. Tour Guide is Calvin Goodenough (I'll let you know) Picking up more people in Paris so bus is completely full. Dover.... Wow! Magnificent sunny day and the cliffs absolutely shone! Just beautiful. I stayed out the back watching them ...
... cars moved out of my way, I felt humbled. Into the garage where I managed to fill up with 29€ of unleaded.
Now that the bike was "fully packed" without an inch of spare space it was time to set the Garmin for Dunkirke. I used the co-ordinates supplied by DFDS , avoiding the motorway as we had an hour to get to the port, all of 18 miles.
The Garmin decided to take us to a remote piece of marshland miles ...
... followed with stewed eel with a sauce of St. Bernardus Tripel, asparagus, and cream. The main was locally-sourced roast young lamb in St. Bernardus Prior (dubbel) with white and green asparagus, served with the aforementioned Prior. Dessert was a deconstructed tiramisu. Well, actually dessert came from the fridge back at the B&B in the form of another Prior and 2 Tripels, but this tasty treat gave me a boost for the bike ride back. What a day. Up next: ...