hotelF1 Dunkerque centre St Pol sur Mer
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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 ...
... very ordered and calm fashion. The crossing took about 20 minutes and we were off traveling down the French country roads toward Cote d’Opale, the Opal Coast by 4:45pm.
We stopped in the bustling beachside village of Escalles at Cap Blanc Nez (Cape White Nose) and lucked out getting a spot in their very busy campground, Camping Le Blanc Nez. I would not recommend this campground, but it’s near the coast and only for one night so ...
... needles being an excellent source of vitamin C!! The nearest I’ll be getting to chomping on a Christmas tree is munching my way through a Yule Log.
There was nothing much in the way of activities today, the highlight being Brenda and Jeff’s introduction to the Jive. Other activities included: Knit and Natter; Jolly Holly Handicrafts Get together; We Whist You a Merry Christmas (non-hosted whist drive) and, if you’re fed up with these festive play on words ...
... Fastnet or German Bight, I had never really questioned what it meant.
Well, this evening some cogs turned in my head. The place: Dunkerque Waterfront. The thing: a red ship with a big rotating light on top of it, and the word Sandettie written on it. I'll be very disappointed if this is not the Sandettie Light Vessel Automatic.
I also discovered – ...
... The Memorial to the Missing wasn’t part of the original design. The intention was that these names be recorded on the Menin Gate but there was not enough room. The first thing you see when you come in the back from the car park is the commemoration of the missing New Zealand soldiers, most of who died in the Passchendaele Offensive. The memorial stands close to the furtherest ...