Formule 1 Calais Coquelles
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... amp; safety would mean this 'path' would not even be open to the public, must mention you don't get a guide either. Just instructions then off you go, and as an adult you get to be in charge of two children!
From here we went to Castello Naus where after a hairy drive up
to the car park we stayed for the night. Now its tourist time,
everything is open much later so we wandered around the place until the
moon appeared. Had an insane collection of ...
... grand master champions of the Universe’!! It’s amazing how many people want you to be on their team once you tell them you have been on Mastermind, University Challenge and Countdown. I kept forgetting to add that our appearances have only been in the audiences!!
The weather has been mixed during this trip but around 10pm as the Arcadia entered the English Channel we had the distinct impression that the ship was listing. This was due to the high winds as ...
... in a glass case nearby, but modern copies of them appear above his tomb. The jupon (close fitting tunic) is the only surviving English example of that time period.
We then saw the tomb of King Henry IV and his Queen Joan of Navarre. Henry died in 1413 and was buried in the cathedral as opposed to Westminster Abbey. It is not known for sure but some debate that he was buried in Canterbury because he wanted to be associated with Thomas Becket who had since become a Saint.
... road up to it was enclosed by trees, which only made things more atmospheric than ever. We arrived just before opening time, which meant it was pretty quiet- a bonus really- and we went straight to the Great Tower.
The three of us walked through the exhibit explaining the story of the Angevin Empire- Kings John and Richard of the Robin Hood tale, and how their descendants pretty much destroyed it. Through it all, Dover Castle stood, which is a mark of how good the 11th ...
... time was no later than 17:50. Somehow we sneaked on, drove to the holding area and pretty much just kept going onto the train.
Have to find the registration point tonight once we leave the train. It's in some village called marck.
Arrived in calais, found the registration desk and decided to read the handbook, which states what documentation we need ...
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