hotelF1 Dunkerque centre St Pol sur Mer
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... stories of various people during the war. Emotional stuff. We also went for a walk along the ramparts of the town, starting at the Menin Gate, across the Lille Gate and as far as the ramparts now go. There was a wonderful display of posters and stories about promoting peace in the world. I think I read every word on every poster, I was so impressed. I also made Rob climb 231 narrow winding stairs ...
... kilometres up the coast from Dunkirk. There was a bit of a breeze as we
walked along the sea front reading the information about the D-Day landings
that took place along this stretch of the shore. By the time you read this, we
will be home – the wifi on the boat is down so no internet connection.
Time to start planning our next trip.
I was mighty impressed with the menu. There were 6 courses on the menu: Appetiser, Soup, Sorbet, Main Course, desert and tea/coffee. However, the meal started off with a chocolate in the shape of a Christmas pudding. Along with the nuts, mince pies and petit fours you could argue the meal was a 10 course feast!! The main course alone had 7 choices (instead of the usual 4) – see photo for details suffice to say if worse comes to worse we won’t just ...
... 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 – ...
... usually carry the smaller boat sails anyway so it should work. Once we were organised, Daryl rode around to the jetty to find out the placings and Amanda and I went to Westende shops for some more last minute Belgian shopping. We arrived back at the club and had some snacks then heard the kids were on the way in. For the last time...... Wow! Au revoir for now, I will catch up in England for the next blog. ...