hotelF1 Dunkerque centre St Pol sur Mer
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... enjoyable was being able to enjoy all the beautiful Autumn colours. We passed through a lot of woodland and I'm sure it would have been a bit boring in plain green! We wouldn't hesitate to go at the same time another year.
We didn't have much choice with campsites - Municipals especially seem to close at the end of September - but luckily with ...
In the night we had been disturbed by the arrival of a large French MH and a small white car .They then spent a while chatting while they transferred stuff from the boot of the car into the MH.........
The night before we had noticed an enormous Concord MH - one of the biggest we have seen- as big as a coach or ...
It rained heavily overnight but the wind was not too bad. We wanted to keep our waiting time in the port to a minimum. But we still needed to leave by 9. There were still 55km to go and that should take less than an hour provided there are no traffic delays. There were queues at the passport control and we waited...... Then onto DSDF checking and a lovely fellow who came and scanned Millie. All ...
... 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 – ...
This morning we picked up where we left off yesterday with the story of some of the New Zealanders and Old Boys of WC on the Western Front. Today however was our sleep in day so we had the leisurely start of breakfast at 9:00, although for some that was still a struggle!
First stop was at the Wellington quarries, dug underneath the town of Arras prior to the battle of Arras which was a surprise assault from right under the ...