Holiday Inn Express Folkestone Channel Tunnel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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Day 0 was all about finishing off a vast pile of things then heading to the channel tunnel, via Essex to pick up my parents, who are coming with us to Italy. For me, this meant a 7am start to get a couple of things sorted out on the car. It had some work a couple of weeks ago which, as a side effect, screwed with the headlamp aim. Despite the car …
... shirt he came over and had a chat and put money in the tin. Another motorist then did the same!
There was still a slight incline to climb but we pedalled along the rest of the way until we came to Capel le Ferne where Chris spotted The Lighthouse Inn which had a B&B sign. On enquiring we were told they had just one room due to someone cancelling. We took it and were very much surprised to see such a spacious, light and airy room with a view of the sea! So ...
... finally resulted in Kathy spending something on herself! Hooray!
Our next campsite, another Certified Location featuring facilities for just 5 motorhomes or caravans, was in a lovely location, just twenty minutes away from a Park and Ride into Oxford. The day before we arrived, the campsite gained a new attraction, a brand new baby calf (forgive the waste of a word but baby calf does sound better than ...
... outstanding. In the end though, the weather started to get too cold to make it worth staying away any longer.
I am also in the process of sorting out and acquiring various parts for White Rose that we will need in January when we fly out to rejoin her in South Carolina. Once we get her back in the water we plan to move south to the Bahamas - Bridget says that she didn’t see it the first time around so she wants to get a ...
... in the Bahamas, and then having to return to the UK for a prolonged period of recuperation.(November or beyond!) Neither did we plan on the health insurance company refusing to cover her costs. And, when I subsequently moved White Rose on my own, we certainly didn't plan on the boat breaking down and needing a tow when it was over 100 miles off the US coastline. You could say that it's been a bit of disappointing time for us, and because of Bridget's health, as ...