Le Chateau de Cocove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at the Tour de Jeanne D'Arc which turned out to be a First World War memorial, then pointed the car north for the drive to Calais. Stopped a couple of times for a break and got to Calais around 5:30. A quick purchase of wine from Majestic, then off to check in at the hotel. La Bonne Auberge at Brêmes, is basic and clean. I'm eating here tonight so we'll see how it compares with ...
... the tag "sur-mer", literally, "on sea", is a mystery to us, since it is at least five miles as the crow flies from the coast.
The aire is full, given our late evening arrival, that is not really a surprise, but, there is a bus parking area adjacent, which several campervans ...
... some more éclairs and found a place for coffee and hot chocolates, a typical French café, which was also a bar and sold many cigarettes. We have decided that the French don’t know how to make good coffee.
We drove via a car wash and vacuumed and washed the car but by the time we drove home the car was dirty again. We are surrounded by farmland so even the normal roads have mud and dirt on them as tractors drive on these regularly too.
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 ...
... a few miles I thought it was strange because when I looked at the route the previous night it looked more cross country than motorway. I had no option but to carry on but once we got to the peage I checked it out. I had set it to go to Dunkirk instead. I thought I had learnt my lesson last week, obviously not.
From where we were it was 37 miles to Adinkerke, I had approximately 20 miles in the tank before I hit reserve. I'm not ...