hotelF1 Dunkerque centre St Pol sur Mer
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... the driver didn't handle it. Come to think of it, a lorry load of margarine can cause as much damage as semtex would, as we have already seen.
The shuttle has generally become a routine slick operation, aside from the terminals, and so it was today. Coming back was very similar, with equally long queues at the French passport control, and the British, but the trains are quite effective.
... and miles. Once we reached Dunkirk we stopped at the hypermarket to buy wine and cheese. After we had shopped we drove to Gravelines,situated between Dunkirk and Calais. It doesn't seem like 8 months since we arrived here, to set out across Europe.We parked at the aires at the small port and after paying at the meter went for a walk. It's a lovely afternoon. Back at Dream Catcher we read our books enjoying the sunshine through the windows, we ate late and had an earlyish ...
... 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 – ...
... respectful you could hear a pin drop. When the crowds dispersed you could take photographs of the performers.
In the evening we walked to a cemetery on the outskirts of the town which overlooked a river. As the ...
... to Hill 60, there is a memorial on the hill and a museum not far away called Sanctuary Wood Museum. It has a lot of WW1 items and there is a trench system that you can walk through.
Finally we had a look at the New Zealand memorial on the Messine Ridge. The ridge and the town of Mesen was the New Zealand armies objective during the The Battle of Messines. The battle was a prelude to the much larger Third Battle of Ypres campaign in ...